Hi, I hope that I am posting in the correct forum - please forgive me if I am not and/or redirect me to the correct area. I have a DELL system running Windows 7 Home. It has been running smoothly for the past 3 years and now all of a sudden, I began getting the BSOD. I have run Memtest on the RAM and they all seem to pass (ran with all 4 sticks in - I have 6gbs of ram... 1gb + 1gb + 2gb + 2gb). I have tried different configurations (removing some sticks) but my computer still seems to BSOD or lockup/freeze on me. I'm not 100% sure but I don't believe it could be the RAM. I've run chkdsk on the harddrives and nothing has come up in terms of issues. The BSOD comes up both in NORMAL and SAFE MODE. What does it mean if it is still occuring in SAFE MODE? does it mean its a hardware issue and not a driver issue? My Error messages from the BSOD are completely random - in that, i've seen a handful of them and they dont seem to show up as a consistent error code every time. The BSOD won't appear immediately, but after some use/time. The machine will either: 1. BSOD 2. Freeze and lock up 3. "Blur" the screen and freeze. I have a few dump files that I could provide. Can anyone suggest some steps/procedures to help me diagnose this? Let me know if you need more information from me. Thanks!