I just got a new computer in April (the one I'm using now), and since then it's crashed twice. First time was on the 19th of April, second time was on the 17th of June.
The first time it crashed, it just randomly got the blue screen. I had just restarted my computer because of McAfee updating itself, and was looking for icons for a folder of mine in the System32 files, and I thought that that might've caused it, but according to one of my friends who's pretty good with computers, that wouldn't have made it crash. Click this
to download the Minidump of the crash.
The second time it crashed, I again thought it was my fault due to me accidentally deleting one of the wrong files in my "The Sims 3" folder, but I'm not sure that that would've caused this. It was at night when I was randomly playing some games on a virus-free site, and my screen randomly went black and booted up with the whole "Your computer has shutdown unexpectedly" deal. I booted it back up normally and it ran fine. Oddly enough, I can't find the Minidump for this crash...
The reason I thought it was a network error was because me and my friend were talking for quite a little while, and he was saying that my problem was extremely rare and that it had to do with something about the network driver
. He didn't exactly know what happened, but he thought that my network driver might've been caught in a memory loop.
Anyway, sorry for this being a huge post. Any help would be greatly appreciated.