Based on your description, I would like you to test other Intel® Rapid Storage Technology version. You can try installing a previous version by accessing at the following link:
Besides this step, Can you please confirm if you did a clean installation of the operating system?
No, it was not a clean OS install. I cloned my drive.
Prior to this, I was running v188.8.131.522 and was getting blue screens with that as well. That's what prompted me to upgrade to v184.108.40.2066. I see you sent me v220.127.116.113. Is there a significant difference between 1082 and 1083 that I should try the downgrade?
I got so frustrated with this that I switched to non-RAID AHCI and I still had another blue screen yesterday. Granted, I did not uninstall the IRST drivers, but I still see the iaStorA.sys in my latest memory dump.
I did notice that a few of my other programs were randomly crashing too ... Firefox, Boxsync, etc. So now I am leaning more toward a hardware issue. I decided to re-run MemTest86 and it's been going over 11 hours now with no errors, so this is getting very puzzling.
If you are still getting BSODs even after setting the system to non-RAID it could be that the operating system is corrupted.
Due to this situation I recommend you reinstalling the operating system from scratch in order to avoid any corrupted file in your system and I also recommend you another Intel® Rapid Storage Technology version since you have tried the 12.0.
You can download the version at the following link: