Also, check your event viewer for details of these crashes (how-to here: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/40108/how-to-use-event-viewer/
It'll tell you what to look for in the information that's in the errors.
You can also get this info from the Blue Screen when it crashes. Just make sure that your system isn't set to automatically restart (go to Start...Control Panel...System...Advanced tab...Startup and Recover Settings button - and uncheck the box that says "Automatically restart". Then click on OK to close it.
Finally, you can search your hard drive for .dmp and .mdmp files - if you locate them, this link will tell you how to run an analysis of them: http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=35246
Just follow the directions - then copy and paste the info into your next post.
This info will start to point us towards which device driver is causing the issue. Meanwhile, take a few moments to think about anything that you've done to the system around the time that these started happening. Anything that you installed, uninstalled, updated or changed. It may also help to isolate the problem.
In the end tho' - we can just proceed to update all of your drivers and that should solve the crashing problems for you.
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