BSOD - Minidump

Can someone take a look at this minidump and let me know what caused the BSOD.

GorapsI.T. ManagerAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Nirsoft Blue Screen View

IRQ not less or equal   0x0000000a

Use memtest86, create a bootable USB Key (Rufus) and check memory.

Update BIOS, Chipset and all drivers.
noxchoProduct ManagerCommented:
Have you checked the file system and the drive for errors? First thing to do is CHKDSK x: where x is the drive letter of your system partition.
It refers to NTFS.sys which is a file system driver. The storing information in memory was not successful.
yep - it  says ram is the cause, you can try removing - inspecting and reseating it; it often helps
for testing ram, i use memtest86+
if you want to run it from usb , look here :

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