These are usually caused by drivers, but you'll need to enable driver verifier on all non-Microsoft drivers to catch it. There appears to be some sort of security-related issue with one of the kernel-mode drivers causing a buffer overrun, and Windows bugchecks to protect the system.
Hard to say, as there's no way to assume the test environment (physical) was exactly the same as the failing one. Bluetooth hardware in such a system is likely part of the WiFi chipset, which hang off of the PCI or USB bus (depending on motherboard design the OEM uses), so while anything is...
This particular error code is coming from the CPU, and it's an undocumented error code by Intel:
Proc. Info 0 @ ffffe0010bf75240
Section 2 : x86/x64 MCA...
It's not that different:
// Bugcheck is a 0x9f (DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE):
0: kd> .bugcheckBugcheck code 0000009F
Arguments 00000000`00000004 00000000`0000012c ffffe000`32cfd040 fffff803`45c37ac0
// The thread pending the IRP that caused the crash is param 3:
0: kd> !thread ffffe00032cfd040...
Looks like this is related to the nvidia driver, or the video hardware itself (less likely than the driver, but still possible):
// bugcheck code - argument 4 is the IRP that triggered the bugcheck:
2: kd> .bugcheck
Bugcheck code 0000009F
Arguments 00000000`00000003 ffffe001`05d6d430...
The debug points to pci.sys (it's pending a power management call to the ACPI subsystem), which indicates either a hardware issue (unless you're seeing other bugchecks, this is not likely) or a driver issue (more likely). Here's the data in the dump file, which is limited because your system is...
This is one of those few times I'd recommend reposting this somewhere else, specifically SysNative. They deal with these sorts of things many times a day, it seems, and the experts are there:
Windows Update - Sysnative Forums
If you do end up getting things fixed, please post it here so others...