Your first link to the article on BSOD's is ClickHere your second link doesn't work.
Can you post more details please, as link is for Vista I presume that is what you have on Both laptops. If not then please say what they are.
Which programs do you have open when you get a BSOD?
It may be that you are blocking the fan vents while using the laptop which causes overheating and the crash. A laptop should be placed on a hard surface with nothing blocking the side vents. Do not use on a soft fabric surface, like a bed or your knees unless you have a hard tray under it.
One reason why I did a clean install from Vista to W7 was the fact that Vista just BSOD'd at the most inconvenient times - constantly - and the laptop was on a hard surface, in fact it was on a laptop cooler!.
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