You have given us only one minidump. It is very difficult to analyze the cause of a bsod, based upon one dump, as each dump gives only clues. Based upon what I did see the file indicated that Microsoft driver
was the cause and this is very unlikely.
While you wait for additional BSODs, and post them, make sure that none of your drivers
are corrupt. Go to device manager and look for small yellow markers next to the drivers. In addition, make a full anti virus scan and then download and make a full scan with Malwarebytes. If you get additional BSODS, post.
Another report that you posted indicated that:
The device driver for WD SES Device USB Device has not been installed. This device will not be available until the correct device driver is installed.
Make sure that the device is perfoming correctly and install new drivers.