Thanks, I didn't do any recent updates. The only thing I installed was Adobe Elements, which I uninstalled few days later.
This happened while I was trying to watch Comedians in Cars first video and trying to view the source in Firefox 14.
I was going to take a snapshot of the BSOD but it didn't wait too long for me, just restarted.
I will try the viewer thanks for the suggestion, but I am hoping this was an isolated incident, since it is not something that's easy to track or pinpoint with the info MS has given in the message.
FWIW: Adobe products can be intrusive and nearly impossible to really uninstall. So much so that even Adobe tacitly acknowledges this fact and offers "cleaners" to thoroughly remove and deregister components their customary uninstall mechanism misses.
Googling for "Adobe Cleaner" brings up a phone book of references from their own web site, like this one that may also apply to Premier Elements:http://www.adobe.com/support/contact/cscleanertool.html
I've often used these silver bullet cleaners to flush Adobe products off before successfully reinstalling.
I'm glad you got your problem solved, but Adobe products can cause more problems than nosy in-laws.