BSOD events should be available in the System log file of the Windows logs in Event Viewer. If it's not there, there's many different reasons for it not showing up.
Then you'll have to look for the memory dump file. There's 2 general places that they're stored. 1 ) In the Windows directory in a vile called MEMORY.DMP; or 2 ) in the Windows\Minidump directory.
If you locate the memory dump files, you can use this link to perform an analysis on them. Then post the results of the analysis here for us to have a look at. How to read the small memory dump files that Windows creates for debugging FWIW - this article was written for small dump files in other OS's - but the principles remain the same. For futher assistance, use the Help files in the Windows Debugging Tools.
EDIT: Before you go into all of this, you may want to uninstall your Adobe products to see if that fixes the issue with adfs.sys
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