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What you report is a severe error in (probably) software, or at least software relating to a piece of hardware in your computer.
The OS indicated is probably Windows 7.
Further information would be needed, in order to tell some specifics about the problem. But, if you recently installed new hardware (e.g. a new card, or a new drive) into your computer, the driver for it might be corrupted or improper for the hardware, or the hardware itself could even be defective and inducing OS crashes through the driver software for it. In that case, remove the new hardware (if at all possible) and the crashes may stop, allowing an interval in which to provide a more satisfactory permanent remedy.
Let me know more, e.g. more of the codes in the blue-screen-error.
OK, thanks for the information.
That could be caused by memory glitches/faults, and/or by device driver corruption or incompatibility.
What Windows version, and System Type (32-bit or 64-bit?) is on your computer?
What are you doing on the computer, generally, when the BSOD occurs?
Is your Windows 7 fully updated, and your web browser?
(What web browser program do you use? if Firefox or other non-Microsoft browser, check its version #, and also check whether it is fully updated.)
via clicking the Start button and typing in
and then clicking on it in the Start menu. See if you have any critical or important updates, esp. to Internet Explorer, and download and install them all. (This may take some time if there are many.)
NOTE: If one of the updates is Windows 10, do not take it. Refuse that one. Because: it would introduce unnecessary complications into your problem at this point. Stay with Windows 7 for now, please.