To add to what Pat said, please post your computer specs. Lap or desk top? What message are you getting with the BSOD?
Before you attempt to re-install, set your computer to best performance (Windows) and update all your drivers including the driver for your video card. If it is a laptop, shut down all power savings features.
Make sure that you are not connected to the internet, run your anti-malware program (at least 2 of them). Run your favorite disc clean up or use windows to do that and defrag. Shut down and reboot. Shut down all programs that you do not need to be running including your anti-virus program. Now try to re-install. A lot of installation problems come from programs running in the background.
If you continue to have problems post back for complete removal instructions to follow before you try to re-install.
[ quote name=nanaoneal' date='Jan 16 2006, 10:57 AM' post='4164]
If it is an installation problem you shouldn't be charged for the help from Roxio.