windows blue screen

Dear experts,
When I try to copy files from my system drive (c) ssd to a HDD my PC slows down - hangs and after a certain it crashes with a blue screen.
I also cannot synchronise my local FS (the folders I configured to be synched) with Wuala
Here are the sysdump detailed errors:
051615-4968-01.dmp      16.05.2015 20:12:14      SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED      0x1000007e      ffffffff`c0000005      fffff801`354d1066      ffffd000`9e5ccf28      ffffd000`9e5cc730      USBXHCI.SYS      USBXHCI.SYS+ba63                              x64      Wdf01000.sys+1066                              C:\Windows\Minidump\051615-4968-01.dmp      8      15      9600      432 768      16.05.2015 20:16:06      

fvevol.sys      fvevol.sys+10683      fffff801`36336000      fffff801`363cb000      0x00095000      0x534325db      08.04.2014 00:25:31                                    
ntoskrnl.exe      ntoskrnl.exe+8755c      fffff800`96414000      fffff800`96ba8000      0x00794000      0x550f41a6      23.03.2015 00:26:46                                    
USBXHCI.SYS      USBXHCI.SYS+ba63      fffff801`37870000      fffff801`378c5000      0x00055000      0x54337388      07.10.2014 07:00:56                                    

All the USB drivers are up to date - the problem started arising after the last huge MS patch day May 13th

Many thanks for your support
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Do a system restore to before the patches were installed, or uninstall the patches manually one by one, until you found the one that causes the crash.

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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
In addition to the above, the error implicates a driver. See this Microsoft Answer thread.

Try replacing / upgrading the video and network drivers.
Run memtest86 and test memory.
Also run System File Checker. Open cmd.exe with Run as Administrator and run SFC /SCANNOW. Allow to complete, shut down, start up and test.
updating the chipset driver can help also
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