It's concerning that you get BSODs running the data collector app, so I think the first thing we should do is test your RAM.
To do this you need to download the Memtest86 tool from here: MemTest86 - Official Site of the x86 Memory Testing Tool
. The free version should be fine. DO NOT USE THE HUAWEI LAPTOP TO DO THIS, USE A DIFFERENT PC.
You will need to make a bootable USB drive using the Memtest86 tool you downloaded. There are instructions on how to do this at: MemTest86 - Creating a MemTest86 boot disk in Windows
. The USB drive doesn't need to be large, 1GB will be fine, but all data on the USB drive will be erased
! DO NOT USE THE HUAWEI LAPTOP TO DO THIS, USE A DIFFERENT PC.
Plug the Memtest86 bootable USB drive into the Huawei laptop and boot from it. You may need to enter the BIOS setup to change the boot order so that the USB drive is booted first.
Once the USB drive has booted leave the laptop alone. Do not move the mouse and do not press any keys, Memtest86 will start as soon as it boots.
Memtes86 will take several hours to run on your 16GB of RAM but you must leave it alone until it stops on its own. It will complete 4 iterations of the 13 memory tests.
When it ends you will see a display of the results, if even a single error is found then you have a RAM problem. In that case I would suggest removing one stick of RAM and reboot Memtest86 to test just the one stick. If that passes then swap the sticks and test the other one. That should tell you which stick is faulty.
Let's see how that RAM test goes before we look at any further troubleshooting.
BTW. I only read English I'm afraid, so if you could change your system language to English (temporarily) before you upload another data collector output. Thanks!