The error indicates that the driver failed to respond for 10 mins to a IRP request
- you have a few strange drivers running on your system
ASUSgsb.sys asus virtual video capture device driver from 2007
ASACPI.sys from 2004
Logitech USB monitor driver from 2008
(this assumes the date the debugger dumps are correct)
were you booting from a sleep state?
one of the dumps indicates a issue with atapi.sys
run sfc.exe /verifyonly from the command prompt to check your system files for corruption.
if the file is corrupt, just make a copy and run
sfc.exe /Scannow to repair the file.
-if you are waking from a sleep state, your image might have a corruption in the image of the atapi.sys file.
-best guess old 2004 drivers from asus were installed by mistake, the old driver caused a corruption reading the image file when the system wakes up.
- try updating drivers from asus
- change the sleep method in BIOS or in the power management (do not hibernate)
see if any of that helps, if not there are other suspect old drivers.