Just a few months ago a client had this. It was traced to some added memory. I can't tell you if that's it but what's different from the stock condition of the machine?
I don't know what to do. On every soft or hard bootup of my ASUS laptop, I get on one of several blue screens of death. It will either be a missing Kernal BSOD, a attempted write to read only BSOD, or a simple Windows failed to load, collecting information BSOD. I can sometimes get to start menu in safe mode, but it will freeze within seconds, sometimes a normal freeze and sometimes a crash to BSOD. I've tried several things including system restores and uninstalling audio drivers, none of which has done the trick. I'm using Windows 10. Any tips of what to try would be greatly appreciated.