Hi, I've recently done a lot of testing on older hardware, and the game runs quite smoothly with MineClone2 v0.83 on my 14 year old laptop (Core 2 Duo T9550 with 4GB RAM and an SSD). I use Linux Mint on it, so clearly that means no blue screens. But blue screens can happen for plenty of reasons - even bad wifi drivers, which happened to me on that very laptop with Windows 7.
I've seen Minetest crashing, but it's so rare (maybe twice a year) that it's of no real concern. If you want some help troubleshooting this problem, I need some information about your hardware and software.
what does the blue screen say when the problem happens? (it could hint at a driver issue)
what Windows version do you use?
how much RAM do you have?
what versions of Minetest and MineClone2 do you have?
I'm not sure what the bluescreen said, I couldn't read it, I think it was because I was pressing buttons when it came :/
I'm using windows 10 and I'm playing on minetest 5.7 on the newest mineclone2 version.
On my PC Minetest 5.7 is actully crashing more than on the older versions (5.5.1 / 5.6.1) , I'll try to reinstall it.
Also I don't really know what hardware im using ;-;
I just checked the MineClone2 Discord server, and there's no mention of problems related to blue screens. I also checked the Minetest Discord server, and I went back a few years and found no problems related to blue screens either. So it's more likely that you have a problem with Windows, maybe drivers, or something else running on your system.
You can check the basic info about your hardware by right-clicking This PC, and choosing Properties. On the right side of that window you will find information about your Processor, and Installed memory (RAM). On the left side of the window you can find Device Manager, where you will find a list of the hardware available in your computer.
If there are issues with the installed drivers, Device Manager will show a yellow warning sign with an exclamation mark inside. But even if you don't have devices marked as problematic, you should at least check driver availability for your graphics card under Display adapters. Open that, right-click your graphics card, and click Update driver.
Of course, many things can go wrong with an operating system and its drivers, so it's best to have the latest updates installed. But ultimately, if there's nothing you can do about your Windows 10, you might want to try a Linux-based operating system like Linux Mint. It's a free operating system having a look and feel similar to Windows, and is great for people new to "Linux stuff". :) If you want to try it out, we can talk about it.
I hope this will be easy to solve for your Windows 10, though, because Minetest and MineClone2 should just work.