Hi, I'm a new member... Hoping that some experienced members might be able to provide some help/insight into a BSOD that was reported on a desktop computer. Some Background... SR2002X desktop that had been running windows XP until recently. AMD 5200+ X2 processor 2GB memory - pc2 5300 2x 1GB ASUS a8m2n NAOS motherboard I upgrade the operating system from windows XP to windows 7. Everything has been working just fine for the last 2 weeks. yesterday, a BSOD was reported. I have attached the mini dump file. I have reviewed the minidump with windbg using the !analyze -v command. The output indicates that one possible problem is that a disk sector where the pagefile was located became corrupted. So what I have tried so far is to rebuild the page file: 1. turn off the pagefile 2. run chkdisk 3. run Seagate DOS seatools 4. turn pagefile back on (automatically managed) However, I suspect the pagefile error is NOT the actual cause of the problem since no disk errors were reported by chkdsk OR seatools. This may be mis-leading; however, the only thing that the user of the computer changed PRIOR to the BSOD was turning on the standard "3D text" screensaver built into windows 7. I would appreciate it if anyone could review the minidump and possibly provide some help.