I agree with g3force to check your video cards, I haven't seen a DXGkernel BSOD before, but it looks like it might refer to DirectX Graphics, I wasn't aware of a kernel used for that but one thing to also check is to see if for some reason you might be exceeding the wattage of your power supply. There is a nice website that you can check the watt usage of your system and and the output of your powersupply based on rating and age here http://www.extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.js... . You might be surprised. Researching the DXGkernel BSOD other websites state that you need to update your Direct X version as there is some sort of conflict(?) between the video card drivers and the version of Direct X. Try updating to the latest revision of Direct X for your operating system, go to Microsoft's website.