InDesign itself cannot cause a blue screen. Could be bad RAM or a bad driver.
Try pulling half the RAM out and restarting. If it still crashes, swap out the half you pulled for the half you left in.
Make sure all drivers are up to date
thanks for your advice. Today, I updated the graphics driver -> Still blue screen after a few seconds.
Then I took out the RAM, at first bar no.1 -> Still blue screen, then bar no. 2 and bar no1. back in -> Still blu screen. I also switched through the colored ram slots on the motherboard.
Any other ideas, what could be the reason for this error? As I said, After Effects, Premiere, Photoshop works perfect on the system, and I think they use a lot more ram than InDesign. Somehow InDesign adresses something that causes these malfunction.
Thank you for your help!
It seems you have and error with a ci.dll error, which is shown in you Bluescreen.
When you are google for it, you found many entries. Some entries show that this ci.dll is a issue with a rootkit or virus.
Its is unclear why indesign cause the bluescreen, but your bluescreen show this file.
You can also check this with a bluescreen viewer.
I am sorry.