Puzzled with post-crash evidence
Bit of a long story here. The upshot is my being clueless as to results found after a crash. Whether or not they existed before it, I don't know. I'm running W7 on an i5 with 8G RAM and a 6450 GPU. Normally, scarcely a glitch ever. I don't demand a lot of the machine, do my best to avoid problems, keep to strict back-up plans, anti-virus updates, etc.
About a week ago, I was trying to view a 4K video sample on YouTube recommended by an impressed friend (who has poweful video-editing computers). After extensive buffering, it still hadn't loaded and I managed to crash Windows by trying to move the timeline indicator, overwhelming the CPU, I suppose. Subsequently, the machine would boot from power off, but would hang at "Loading operating system..." if I used restart. Although that seems to have resolved itself (perhaps from latest Windows updates?), today I tapped the keyboard to wake up the machine and nothing happened. After several tries over about 20 seconds, I gave a quick tap to the power button and got black screen. I eventually powered down. boot up then went fine, although Windows ran a "fix unresolved problems" scan and told my display adapter had stopped working. Device Manager tells me it thinks the GPU driver is up to date. I'm a bit out of my depth here. Everything looks fine visually.
Now, as shown in the attachment, I looked into possible causes right after the first incident last week. I don't know how to perform of comprehend diagnostics, but performance seemed a reasonable place to look. I have no idea what this means. The computer otherwise has no trouble recognizing MSE, which updates daily and shows no problems. As for the queue length, I haven't a clue, nor do I know enough to begin to understand the several posts I found in a search in sundry places on the web. My knowledge of how computers actually work is minimal.
If any of this makes sense to you and there is something I should look further into, either to provide more info here or take action myself, I am most anxious to know.