You do not have any Windows updates installed. Additionally, your Windows installation appears to be nongenuine. Nongenuine Windows leaves your system open to security vulnerabilities, and it leads to Windows files that are buggy and/or that cause conflicts resulting in blue screen crashes.
To put the genuine Windows on your system, I strongly suggest you backup any important data, format your hard disk, and reinstall Windows 7
to make sure all remnants are removed of the software that you used to make Windows work before. If you do not clean re-install, you may be left with a compromised system and your identity, bank accounts, credit card information, etc. may continue to be at risk as they are now. A clean installation is the only way to guarantee Windows is also not at fault for the blue screen crashes.
Once you install a genuine version:
Please download and run the MGADiag tool
. When it finishes, hit the copy button, and paste in your next post with the code tags surrounding the MGADiag info, i.e. [code]<MGADiag info>[/code]