+ 0 Votes That event is already after the crash. seanferd Updated - 2 years ago That's to do with the error displayed on reboot. What is actually needed are the BSOD error codes and messages. And from what you say, this isn't a problem, but several unrelated problems causing completely different BSODs. Of the two incidents you explicitly mention, the first has a very obvious cause for the BSOD, the second has a very likely cause: beta software. So if FF or something else crashes the system again, get his license plate number. edit: I expect your crash after installing the new WOW launcher may have been like this: http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/3657606108 + 0 Votes Obviously you should paulfx1 2 years ago Run Linux. + 0 Votes sounds to me like you might have double loaded your video drivers THEJACKEL 2 years ago could have picked up a virus and corrupted your regestry,id do clean install and make sure your drivers are all up to date beta are test drivers in run whql till it get certified chek your bios might need a rollback and reflash good luck bud + 0 Votes "Is there a way to find out the cause?" seanferd 2 years ago Yes. But as we have determined, most of those events had different causes. To determine the cause for any BSOD, take note of what the BSOD says, specifically the STOP code and message. You can then look it up yourself and/or post the info here. The BSOD is telling you what the problem is. One can't possibly begin to guess the cause without the information. If you don't see it again, then there's nothing to fix. + 0 Votes Obviously you should paulfx1 2 years ago Run Linux.