This might be a bit long, I apologize, but I like to give details.
Every once in a while, my computer locks up entirely, with no input nor output happening. It was happening every few minutes, much worse than before, so I sent it back to the company to get the hardware checked out. The diagnosed it to be the RAM and replaced it under the warranty. They formatted the disk, probably so that they could access it or something. It still has the problem, but nowhere near as often. This leads me to believe that drivers or software may be to blame.
Yesterday, it had the problem for the first time since I got it back four days ago. I booted it up and it shut itself down before starting completely. I never associated things like that with the problem, but I'm starting to think it might be connected.
It keeps getting BSoDs. Previously, BSoDs were rare because output would lock up before the screen displayed the error in 9/10 cases. Right now, the computer is a lot more reliable and these problems are less severe and further between.
But I am still having the same BSoDs as I was before. There is a DirectX driver that keeps crashing, but that only happens on a specific game (Or seems to), and I don't think it is the culprit.
Even bad ideas are better than my own, don't hesitate to post your thoughts.