I figured something out about these problems.
1. This is definitely a problem with a driver because it can't handle any data loss during data transition through USB. I may be wrong but in Windows 7 when you unplug the processor during a session in DAW, your system works for about 10 seconds and then it hangs, BUT - blue screen of death doesn't occur. In Windows 10 when you unplug your processor, your system immediately shows blue screen with SYSTEM_EXCEPTION error no matter what port you use. It is definitely a problem with a driver code, but it can give you an idea that something is wrong with your computer. It's like - if you have a perfect USB data delivery bit-to-bit, you won't experience this bug.
2. So what I did in my case is - I tested some of the USB ports on my PC, and the front ones appeared to be faulty (they're just unstable - even USB flash disks disconnect during copying some files). I decided that the root of my problem may be very high ripple of data signal on these ports (voltage is OK). To test my idea, I have changed my old power supply unit to a new Corsair RMx and placed different videocard instead of my usual Vega 56. Voila - ports worked excellent, but there's more - I haven't got any BSODs yet in DAWs using ASIO. I also usually use a rear USB port for my processor now, no issues as well (I used USB ports on a front panel before, need to try them now).
3. To stabilize even more, I used DPC Latency Checker and LatencyMon to find problems if there're any. I found out that Intel Gigabit adapter caused DPC latency spikes, so I updated the driver which helped me to neutralize them. I do not know if it helped a lot, but I think this was a problem as well.