first of all, wrong section.
Secondly, such BSOD usually happens after recent windows updates. If you are able to boot to advanced recovery, there is an option to uninstall recent cumulative or feature update. In most cases this helps.
If it helps in your case, most likely it will happen again. Of course I would make a clean install of latest build.
Also by a quick search, there are some occurrences where "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement" helped as described in your article.
P.S. Please change the tag of this question to a correct one.