Hello, I recently bought a 120gb OCZ Agility SSD for my desktop build. I installed the SSD into the case and used my $40 promotional Windows 8 64-bit Pro copy on the new SSD. The install and initial setup went fine. Except I could not find the "memory remapping" option in my BIOS anywhere! Nor could I find "SATA mode" all I could find was "RAID mode" so I switched that to AHCI. After install I used a couple of different guides to optimize/tweak the settings in Win8 so that it would perform as best it could with my SSD. That all went fine as well. Once I actually started using my computer, the troubles began. Every time I start to use the computer just a little extensively it freezes for a second and then that annoying BSOD comes up with the error "CRITICAL_STRUCTURE_CURRUPTION (win32k.sys)"...I shrank my paging file so that it would stay within the size of 512mb to 2049mb. I did this after the first two times that the error occurred because I thought it might've been an issue with RAM. However, this still happens every time I begin to open more than 3 programs or start moving files and stuff "too fast". It also might be worth mentioning that I had a 2gb RAMdisk that I was using for Windows' temp files...but I stopped that and now the temp files are stored on a different internal HDD. My drivers are all good (that I know of). The only thing I can think of is my RAM...it's a 2x4 configuration, totaling in 8gb. I've ran Memtest on each stick for 12hrs and it went without a hitch. I may have them in the case wrong...may sound dumb, but I'm not sure which numbered slots to put them in. They were in numbers 1 & 3 (had BSOD) so I changed them to slots 2 & 4. I'm at a loss here. I hope someone can help. Thanks in advance, Preston.