Notice the latest instance was from yesterday? That's what I meant. It hasn't reported anything from the crash experienced when turning Driver
There may be a driver problem or some other issue manifesting when Driver Verifier is activated, but there's a good possibility it is not involved with what you've been experiencing consistently.
If you can at least write down on the blue screen caused by Driver Verifier, or take a snapshot of it with a camera or whatever, that would be better than being completely in the dark. We'll need the name of the actual bugcheck experienced, the 4 parameters (numbers in parentheses), and name of any driver mentioned (such as "Probably caused by:" or something) if present. If you can mention if it states that crashdump creation was complete or is hung up or anything like that, that'd be great.
Just so you know, you may need to turn off Automatic Restart on crash. Do this by typing "Advanced system settings" in Start Menu, go to Startup & Recovery settings, and uncheck "Automatically restart". Save settings and restart. Then turn on Driver Verifier, set it up and restart again.
If your system reboots without a blue screen despite having unchecked this, then you are suffering from a major power failure, which can be caused by a short circuit, or a bad power supply.