Blue screens can happen for a variety of reasons. These days, driver issues are probably number one on that list, tied with problems at shut down.
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First, it’s an excellent idea to take a picture of the blue screen. It’s a good way to get the information to someone who can help, or just to have available to look at later as you’re researching the problem yourself.
I would start with trying to identify the driver that’s involved. That’s most likely going to be based on the name of the file that was referenced in the blue screen. If the name of the driver is not obvious from the file name, I would Google it. Hopefully, that will at least lead you to the specific hardware that’s involved in this problem.
Then, make sure that hardware is working properly. Hardware failures, particularly intermittent ones, often manifest as blue screens. The hardware does something that it’s never supposed to do, and the software (the driver) gets confused. Drivers will often handle those kind of failures less than gracefully, and then you get a blue screen.
If the hardware isn’t being used and it’s removable, I’d be really tempted to take it out, at least for a while. That way you can see if the problem goes with it. Next, I’d make sure you have the latest drivers for that hardware. If it’s an add-on component, that means going to the manufacturer’s website for the latest drivers. If it’s a basic system component, I’d check next with the computer manufacturer itself.
And finally, I’d make absolutely certain that Windows itself is up to date and that any possible optional driver updates offered by Windows update are installed.
If all that fails, I’d probably find a good technician.
There’s a small possibility that it’s a software issue and that a reinstall of Windows would actually fix it, a small possibility.
Of course, if it is, in fact, a hardware problem, a reinstall isn’t going to help you at all. Finally, if you changed or added hardware lately, that’s always very high on the suspect list.