Hello all, I hate for this to be my first post, but oh well. I've seen threads similar to this one but of course not the same. I've been getting BSODs lately. First it started with a couple while I was sleeping, then they started to happen while I was using the computer, and eventually got so bad that I couldn't even boot to the BIOS with out multiple tries. I believe it is hardware related, but I don't know what hardware is causing the problem. Things I've done: Reinstalled the entire OS Took out all but 2 gigs of RAM (based on some other thread's suggestions) Reseated Video Card and Ram, as well as reset the BIOS by removing the battery. After Reinstalling OS, removed the nVidia HD Audio Drivers, they may reinstall during reboot though... View attachment Dumps.zip Any help or insight is appreciated. I'm still well with-in warranty of my video card, and I want to get more RAM anyways, so I wouldn't mind finding out they are broken, I just need to know if they are. Some System Specs: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit AMD Athlon 64 x2 6000+ (Windsor 90nm Tech...) 2.0 GB Dual-Channel DDR2 @ 334 MHz (5-5-5-15) *3 before removing some. Going to upgrade to 8) ECS Nettle2 MOBO nVidia GeForce GTS 450 (I think it's the audio drivers on this one that causes it) 488 gb Western Digital WDC WD50 That might be more than you need, but once again THANKS!