|The blue screen of death may have nothing to do with your batch. |
( A BlackSOD is a different situation. )
If you see the BlueSOD again, mark down and quote from any text you see on it.
E.g. STOP: 0x00000xx
Any specfic file name named ?
You may need to click on a link to "more info" or similar to find that.
A memory dump that went on?
(Memory dump files can be analyzed.)
"....after restarting, it said the video driver stopped working properly."
Did/does it name a specific file ?
If your video drivers are corrupted and nothing else is wrong, you should be able to go into Enable VGA mode and not be getting error messages.
Enable VGA mode loads everything a normal boot does except it forces Windows to use basic VGA drivers all more recent mboards and video adapters support.
You can un-install video "drivers" software in Add/Remove Programs in Enable VGA mode - sometimes you can't do that in Safe mode.
Remove any bootable disks you have in optical drives or bootableflash drives in USB ports.
Press F8 repeatedly while booting, don't hold down the key, starting right after the mboard beeps once, choose Enable VGA mode from the boot choices menu.
lf you still get the error, it isn't caused by the specific video drivers loaded for your video in normal mode.
Safe mode uses the same basic VGA drivers Enable VGAmode does, but it also doesn't loadsome of the things that are loaded in normal mode.
If you then try booting into Safe mode....
If the error does not appear when you boot into Safe mode, it's caused by something that's not loaded in Safe mode that is loaded in nomal and Enable VGA mode, and it isn't caused by the specific video drivers loaded for your video in normal mode.