BSV will accurately tell you what driver has crashed, but it doesn't tell you why. Often the cause can be some other process conflicting. Its rarely straightforward.
I used to get a lot of BSOD in different drivers, but the cause was a Logitech process conflicting with them.
So for example if you're getting BSOD from drivers related to storage, you need to look at all storage related drivers. That's what I meant by stating that BSV can point you in the right direction.
If it was easy, it wouldn't be Windows.