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"DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL" mostly occurs, when a driver uses an incorrect memory address.
Updating your drivers is one possible way to solve the issue. You could also try disabling Fast Startup
(How-To Guide) and see if that helps.
However, this error can also occur if your a) graphics card is defect, b) RAM sticks are damaged -or- c)
hard drive is soon-to-be dead. Even malware and viruses can trigger this error.
For now, try to update your drivers (especially your graphics card driver) and see if the BSOD remains.
No point updating Photoshop, an app can’t ctash the system. Update system and especially update video drivers since you have an error pointing at them.
I have disabled Fast Startup and updated my graphics card driver for two days now and no BSOD appeared ever since.
Although I'm not sure yet it has been solved since it doesn't always appear.
Already yhank you for the help!