Like jhayze said, random BSODs can drive you to drink. The only thing I think of is to start testing 1x1 until you find the cause.
>Backup your data immediately.
>Are you overclocking anything on your system? CPU or Video Card?
>Try to remember when this exactly first started, and did you update any drivers or install any new programs? That may give you a clue.
>Test your memory
: Go HERE
and download the pre-compiled ISO of Memtest 86+ (free), burn to a CD and reboot with it in you DVD. Let it run a full pass on each stick of memory. Even one fail message means that stick of RAM is bad.
>Test your hard drive
: go HERE
, click on the download tab, and click on Seatools for Windows. Install and run it. If you can't get into Windows long enough to install it, download Seatools for DOS, burn to a CD and boot from the DVD drive. If it notifies you that SMART has tripped or posts FAIL your drive is failing.
>Download Whocrashed from HERE
and install. Be sure that large Crashdump is enabled on your system. Next time it crashes run it and you may get an idea. Most likely its a buggy driver, that is why I suggested try to remember if you updated any around the time your crashes started. It is not infalible, but sometimes it will give you an idea of where to start looking.
This will get you started, let us know what each result is.
Edited by ranchhand_, 26 August 2012 - 10:38 PM.