BSOD's usually give you the culprit in its error messages, did you happen to write it down? Then how did the bsods started? Did the pc work fine for years and then suddenly started doing this or you just obtained it? A thing that might help.. run Driver Fusion in safe mode and delete all existing bits of older drivers, boot normally and install the preferred drives again.
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