This particular error tends to be caused by outdated programs, software, and processor overclocking software can also lead to BSoDs, so be sure to uninstall them as well.
If, after verifying that your drivers are updated and your system is secure of harmful programs, you’re still encountering this BSoD, then your operating system itself may need a fresh install (which is likely if you’re using Windows 8) or you have faulty RAM within your machine.
Before attempting to reinstall Windows, be sure to update your BIOS and ensure that all of your drivers have received the proper maintenance. Our Driver Reviver and Registry Reviver software can help ensure that your machine is properly updated, and you can also use Windows Update and Device Manager (accessed from the Control Panel) to do these things yourself. BIOS upgrade procedures vary depending on your manufacturer, but usually, there are instructions on the manufacturer’s website to follow.