Well that's good, we've at least isolated the problem. We need to download updated display driver
from manufacturer (i.e. card manufacturer or mobo manufacturer). Do you know how to determine what kind of card you have?
Once it installs the driver after reboot, click start, type device manager, hit enter. Under display, you'll see what kind of adapter you have. Next, you can download an updated driver from manufacturer (nvidia, ati, etc). In MOST cases, that fixes problem. There will also at times be an option to roll back a driver, or, if you have a store bought machine (dell, gateway, etc), there will be a driver folder with a display driver in it. At the very least, it will get you back to things working before the BSOD.
PM me if you need to.