BSOD, apparently due to faulty drivers

Hi all, after searching Google I came upon this site and it seems wonderful especially for fixing computer issues. Anyway, about a day ago and several times after my computer has blue screened. It happened too fast the first few times for me to understand what was happening, but I read a bit of it before it restarted and it said it had to do with faulty drivers. What program, or what should I do to eliminate or restore these drivers so my computer doesn't blue screen? I checked the event log but I couldn't understand it, I'm relatively not that good at understanding computers. I can provide you guys with the event logs if you'd like, just let me know how. (also the blue screen happens seemingly randomly)
 

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Are there any minidumps to post? Go to C:\Windows/minidumps and see if you find any files with a .dmp extension. Select them all, right-click and send them to a compressed zipped folder. Upload this folder here. What is this computers make and model? What version of Windows are you running?
 
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Whenever I try to compress them into a Zip files using WinRar, it usually closes and the program shuts down unsucessfully I think partially due to something with administrator settings not allowing it to compress it. I did get Winzip and this is what the files got zipped into I hope it works, if this doesn't work I'll find a way like DropBox to get it to you.

Also, the computer I'm using was custom built from a friend, all I know is that it's an Antec, 64 bit, 4GB Ram, AMD Phentom(tm) II X4 965 Processor 3.40GHz, and it's running Windows 7.
 

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Do you know what this is?


[SIZE=13px][FONT=Tahoma]MotioninJoy DS3 driver[/FONT][/SIZE]
or
[LEFT][SIZE=12px][FONT=Verdana]Kernel Mode Driver Framework Runtime?[/FONT][/SIZE][/LEFT]
The first one could be the cause of the second one, and this is the cause of your BSOD's. SEE IF YOU CAN FIND AN UPDATE FOR THE [FONT=Tahoma]MotioninJoy DS3 driver. It has something to do with the PlayStation[/FONT]
 
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Do you know what this is?


[SIZE=13px][FONT=Tahoma]MotioninJoy DS3 driver[/FONT][/SIZE]
or
[LEFT][SIZE=12px][FONT=Verdana]Kernel Mode Driver Framework Runtime?[/FONT][/SIZE][/LEFT]
The first one could be the cause of the second one, and this is the cause of your BSOD's. SEE IF YOU CAN FIND AN UPDATE FOR THE [FONT=Tahoma]MotioninJoy DS3 driver. It has something to do with the PlayStation[/FONT]
Ohh, so that's what was causing it. I'll try to find an update for it, thank you so much!! :D