This week I have started getting BSODs. As of yet I am unable to explain the cause, or reproduce them on demand. They simply seem to happen between 30m and 2 hours of booting my computer. At first I thought they were related to Eve Online, but I soon noticed they occur even when that program is not running. When It starts, I'm typically not doing anything taxing on the system. Whatever program I'm using starts to hang. The screen gets all white, the window title-bar says (not responding), and the cursor turns into the spinning blue circle. I have about 15 seconds where I can alt tab to other programs and control the mouse before the entire system freezes. After 1-5 minutes, it kicks to the blue screen. Note: about half the time, no minidump is generated, the BSOD itself freezes in one of the initializing steps. However, those minidumps that have been created are attached. Things I have done to attempt to fix the problem: Fixed Registry Errors with CCleaner Updated Display drivers to current Freed up space on my SSD, which has the OS installed on it. Ran Windows Memmory Diagnostic Tool and memtest86+ (no errors found) Downloaded a minidump analyzer, which pointed to some kernel process, but not sure if that's the culprit. Read all the stickies in this subforum. Help is appreciated. I consider myself a pretty savvy fixer, but analyzing these dump files is a bit out of my league, and I'd like some directed guidance rather than taking stabs in the dark for a month. Thanks! Updating my BIOS seems like something I may need to consider, but I haven't felt like prying open my case (yet) to see which "revision" mine is, plus GIGABYTE doesn't provide great information on how to do this safely. Their BIOS utility that you can run in windows doesn't offer up much information. And I'd prefer not to screw everything up and make my problems worse.