I agree with both JohnC_21 and Ingrid1942 - it's not a good idea, and it's likely to have problems.
The system image costs you nothing but space on the drive.
If it doesn't work, then you'll notice the BSOD's fairly quickly.
Then, if needed, you can install off of recovery media.
But, what if you had other problems? A system image will just carry those other problems over.
Quite often a BSOD is a complicated event, involving more than just one thing on your system.
If you're in the mood to experiment, it's a great learning tool
If you want stability - do a fresh install of Windows.
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