Personally, I wouldn't worry about it much unless it happens again. If you wanted, though, you could run driver verifier. That will test the drivers you select (just do all the 3rd-party ones) and throw a BSOD if it finds a "bad" one. It could result in BSODs caused by drivers that weren't giving you any trouble under normal usage.
It has different effects on different systems. On some, you don't even notice it's running, and others, it slows performance to a crawl. On my own system, it essentially killed my network connectivity but left performance untouched.
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