Here's a brief way to look for BSOD info in the Event Viewer: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/40108/how-to-use-event-viewer/
First tho' - this may or may not be a BSOD event. If it's an error outside of what Windows recognizes - then you won't get an error event being logged. Also, if you have the Event Logging service disabled you won't get an event. Also, if you've done things to your pagefile some of this may not apply.
BSOD's manifest themselves in 3 or 4 ways:
1) Through the BSOD screen
2) Through an entry in the Event Viewer
3) Through the creation of a memory dump (usually in C:\Windows\minidump - don't have it on my system since I monkeyed with my pagefile) These files will generally end in .dmp.
4) Through the creation of a memory dump report for Microsoft (usually in the temp files). You have to retrieve this one before sending the error report (or dismissing it). Check the Details link for the report and find the file that ends in .mdmp - then save it to another location.
If you can find .dmp or .mdmp files, you can use this link to learn how to run an anlysis - and then can post the results here for someone to look at: http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=35246
Ensure that you check all of the categories (the one's listed in the left hand pane) for errors - even the most innocuous seeming one's may be the cause.
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