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Getting a very random BSOD for 0x0000001a MEMORY_MANAGEMENT

Hello, I have gotten a BSOD for MEMORY_MANAGEMENT and a forced restart, upon an analysis of the dump file it was caused by:

ntoskrnl.exe
address: ntoskrnl.exe+3f78a0

with parameters being:
(0x0000000000061948, 0x0000000200262749, 0x0000000000000001, 0x0000000200262749)

Please help identify what may be causing this and a remedy as a general web search yielded no results.
I have updated what I assume are the relevant drivers that may cause the issue, ran the windows memory diagnostic, and sfc scan but would like a bit more insight.


Thank you!

windows-sysinternals-general
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