This has happened twice so far, both were the exact same scenario:
I have a monitor and a TV, so I set the Extended display option so I can work on the monitor, but have Netflix up on the TV. When I'm done working, I'll just turn off the monitor until I come back to it, but I'll still have Netflix on the TV... this is when it crashed both times.
The TV will go black, the audio will play normally for 5 seconds or so, and then the audio begins to glitch out. At this point, both the monitor and the TV are just black at this point with the audio going nuts. So I do a forced restart and everything is normal.
I decided to check Event Viewer and I found a strange pattern. Right before both crashes, there's an "Information: File System Filter 'npsvctrig' has successfully loaded" event. What is Filter Manager and is it causing this crash?
Unfortunately, there was never a BSOD. The only things I can think of that are different since these crashes started is updating graphics drivers and installing a Blu-Ray drive. Any ideas?