I've not had this issue since the latest update.... but having said that I'm likely to get it because I read this thread and tempted fate.
Fingers crossed that I remain free of this BSOD issue. Apart from BSODs not being a good look on the screen, it can be so time consuming trying to fix them. At least now I will know the cause and what to do about it if it happens to me.
As for doing a monthly scf /scannow check, that's a great idea, as is creating regular sys restore points. I've made occasional sys restore point over the years but never regularly.... and I only ever performed a sfc /scannow whenever I had an issue with a corrupt or missing file.
So many thanks, Doc, for this thread and the timely reminder to take care of maintenance and issue prevention more regularly.... I've not had an issue in quite a while so I have gotten a bit slack lately..