BSOD's are hardware issues - and are most commonly caused by corrupted drivers. Bad hardware and malware (viruses) can cause them also.
The first one (STOP 0x9e for shorthand) is associated with power transitions - so they'll only occur when trying to change power states. http://aumha.org/a/stop.php#0x9f
The other one (STOP 0x8e) is associated with a failure in a kernel mode program (a low level error within Windows). Most often caused by hardware incompatibilities (which can mean a driver or a BIOS flash is required). http://aumha.org/a/stop.php#0x8e
Without further troubleshooting to attempt to find the exact culprit, the most likely driver would be your video driver. You can locate your video driver by going to this page ( http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/suppor...Display=drivers
) and finding the exact model number of your system (dv6000 isn't the exact one, it's just a category that includes 20 or 30 dv6xxx laptops). Armed with that info, you can either download the driver from the HP website - or you can opt to download the driver from the manufacturer of your video chipset (which you'd find in the specification of your laptop). I prefer the latter method, but finding laptop video chipset drivers is sometimes a real PITA.
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