This looks like an error in the video driver from Nvidia. Could be caused by a Windows update if you didn't yet tell Windows to never update drivers.
Start with a driver rollback from Device Manager to see if that solves it.
Using Lenovo laptop G585: W10 Version 1709: Firefox 57.0.4. 64 bit
Over the last 4 days I have had a sudden blue screen whilst working on my laptop, for 3 to 5 times a day. The notice is in Spanish, I have provided a “rough translation” below.
se ha producido un problema en su PC necesita reiniciarse. Vamos a recopilar información sobre el error y después se reiniciará automáticamente.
Para obtener más información de este problema y posibles correcciones, visita https://windows.com/stopcode
Si llamas a una persona de soporte técnico, dales esta información;
detener código SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED lo que fue erróneo: ndis:sys
There has been a problem where your PC needs to restart. We are going to compile information about the error and then it will restart automatically.
To obtain more information about this problem and possible corrections, visit https://windows.com/stopcode
If you call a technical support person, give them this information;
stop SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED code what was wrong: ndis: sys
I have attempted to discover details by visiting the link above but in my ignorance, I am unable to find where to go to get corrections or details. I get to Support and the Virtual Agent is obviously not programmed to understand the words mentioned on the blue screen.
This seems to only happen when I have my Yahoo and Gmail open and I am typing on a Word Document. Suddenly the blue screen comes up and work is forcibly stopped.
When it has automatically restarted and I have entered my password again, all the icons on the desktop are jumbled up – quite a frustrating procedure putting them back in order!
If anyone can advise me what to do to prevent this, it would make using this W10 thing so much better. At this moment all I want to do is to get rid of it and return to something more manageable like W7!! Or even go “mad” and try Linux – but all systems must have their problems, so if I did that I would have not only a steep learning curve, but how to deal with problems added to that!