|In your image of the errors....|
The STOP error string = the Bug chec.... string.
E.g. 0x0000000a = STOP: 0x0000000a
You get a STOP error when Windows encounters a problem it can't recover from.
You can look up the possible causes of the STOP error on the web by searching with the STOP error string, e.g. STOP: 0x0000000a, but there are a huge number of possible causes in most cases. It's only relevant if other info in the "hit" fits your situation.
You could try searching the web for: WhoCrashed, download it, install it, run it, click on Analyze in the top bar, but that may yield you no more info than that on your image. (It finds your minidump files automatically and analyzes them.)
The text before that in all capitals with underlines between is the description of the STOP error
The Parameters to the right of Bug Chec... are usually unique to your own computer and useless regarding searching for what your problem is
The Caused by address info is probably unique to your own computer too,
The files listed under Caused by Driver are not necessarily what actually caused the problem - Windows often cannot tell you what actually caused the problem and names a file that is affected by the problem instead.
The Crash time indicates when the event happened - apparently you are not getting the STOP errors very often.
When you are able to start up the computer again after getting the STOP error, if it doesn't happen repeatedly, don't worry about it.
If the STOP error only happens when you use a specific program, that's a good clue..
Games tend to have more bugs in them that the vast majority of software does.
There may be info about the error and an update or patch for the game that cures the problem on the game maker's web site. .