It's possible that one of the drivers caused your computer to crash, especially if your computer started crashing after you have installed or updated the drivers.
If you see this line after the crash this that means that a driver caused it: STOP 0x000000D1 (DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_THAN_OR_EQUAL_TO). However, the difficult part is locating the faulty driver and the best way to fix this is to reinstall them all.
The safest way to reinstall your computer's drivers is to download them directly from the website of your motherboard's manufacturer (not through third-party websites). To find the your motherboard's manufacturer, install AIDA, or open the System Information utility (Start -> type System information in the search box) -> System summary.
Once you find your motherboard's manufacturer, download all latest drivers from their website.
Note: Before you download drivers check the Windows version you are using and the System type (32-bit or 64-bit). To do that, right-click (My) Computer (if you use Windows 8(.1)/10: right-click This PC in a File Explorer window -> Properties)
Once you downloaded all drivers, uninstall the already installed ones. The best way to uninstall drivers is by means of an uninstaller software (you can also uninstall drivers via Control Panel; however, leftovers frequently remain if a software is uninstalled through Control Panel) The best uninstaller software include: Revo Uninstaller Pro,Advanced Uninstaller PRO, iObit Uninstaller, Absolute Uninstaller Select one of them, install it and follow the user-friendly instructions.