Posted 06 February 2011 - 10:44 PM
Greetings dcsontos and Welcome to the forums,
Sorry for the delayed reply, things have been very busy for us. Your issue I believe...firmly believe, is related to the vlc player you mentioned. You may very well have been going along just fine and things seem to have suddenly gone wrong. That may be how this seems to you...but the vlc player has an exploit that has yet to have been addressed by the author. My advise is to uninstall it and find some reason to use your on board media player to suit your purposes. At least it's updated and patched regularly. Post back after you've removed the vlc media player but give it some time to see if you should get the bsod again. If so, please remember to record exactly what text may appear on the screen, and specifically, include any driver information which might appear at the very bottom. Good luck!