When I first got the BSOD, BlueScreenView told me it was just ntoskrnl.exe. So, I used Verifier to figure out which driver was causing the problem and it was always related to an Android emulator. I swapped from Leapdroid to LDplayer and it was pretty much the same story. Right now it is pointing at LdBoxDrv.sys. This is a clean Windows 10 1903 install. My specs are i7 7700K and 1080 Ti with virtualization on, HyperV off, and HAXM 7.4.1. I do not believe it is my Windows version even though it is an insider build because before I had the clean install this didn't happen on the same version.

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