This can be that the program isn't the cause of BSOD. However, there are several things that you can do in order to fix it. You can try to update the program to the latest version available. You can even consider uninstalling and then installing the program again. This might help. It's advised, in case of a BSOD, to install the latest updates available for your OS. Also, you can restore your computer to a previous restore point, when the BSOD problem wasn't present. For additional information regarding this problem, check the following support website.
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