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1. Start>Control Panel>System>Advanced>Startup and Recovery>Settings. Uncheck "Automatically restart" under System Failure. That will let you read what's on the blue screen.
2. Update your video card drivers and sound card drivers. They are the most likely culprits for BSODs.
3. If your computer is older, there may be dust in the case that causes heat buildup in the CPU. Cleaning out the dust around the motherboard and the fans and the vents will help a lot.
Have set the settings so that next time the blue screen happens I'll be able to read what it says.
The computer is actually quite new - Its an HP media center m8070a and is only about 3 months old. I have no other use for the computer other than just video editing.
Also took note of you advice to update the video card drivers. I'll check on the HP website for updates.
Updated both the audio and video drivers - have to export again tonight as it takes ages to render before it exports.
Do you still have to update the RealTek Audio Drivers if you use an M-Audio Sound Card and have that set in your audio output preference in Premiere Pro?