"MFEHIDK.SYS" is the "Host Intrusion Detection Link Driver". It is "owned" by McAfee, and is to be found in "<windows>\System32\Drivers" ("<windows>" is the root directory name for your Windows libraries). If you navigate to it, it will show a module of ~209 KB, with a signature of "McAfee Inc" and a file version of "220.127.116.111" (McAfee folks: add in any other versions, mine is 18.104.22.1681).
Since the "<windows>\System32\Drivers" library is under "<windows>\System32", one can air-drop malware or other nasties into "<windows>\System32" named "mfehidk.sys" and usurp control (and perhaps give you the BSOD).
I would suggest that you use Malwarebytes AntiMalware ( Malwarebytes.org ) as a first go to detect if any malware is present. If successful, you can skip the next part.
In Windows Explorer, navigate to "<windows>\System32" and determine if "mfehidk.sys" is present. IT SHOULD NOT BE THERE. Remove it, and HARD re-boot (hard like in crash the box, not allowing Windows to shut down).
You might also wish to check the following: "<windows>", "<windows>\System32\WBEM". You may find that the above process is easier performed in Windows "Safe Mode".
(The "<windows>" on my PC is "C:\Windows". I have had or seen "C:\WINNT", and "C:\WindowsNT". The "C:" is my boot drive, and yours may be a different letter.)
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