When it happens: I first came across it 2 days ago while viewing a 1080p youtube video. The blue screen which I am prompted with gives me no information other than: Hardware malfunction, the system has halted. Things you need to know: - I've tried turning off hardware acceleration in flash and I've also tried using different browsers although it occurs nonetheless. I've also tried viewing 1080p video in media player classic and the error does not occur there. - I have the latest official nvidia drivers installed and I'm using a gtx260 896mb. My first thought was that my video card/drivers are causing the problem, although I can game without any issue (FarCry3, CS:GO). - Recently, I've been doing some hardware upgrades to my system. two weeks ago I installed 4gb of extra RAM on top of the 4gb that I have and one week ago I installed a new processor. I've ran 10 linx tests at max memory as well as 5 prime95 tests without receiving any errors. While running these tests I ran a temperature monitoring program and the temperatures remained safe. It doesn't seem to be an overheating issue as I've ran Everest while watching the 1080p video. I'll crash although prior to crashing my Everest reads mid 30-low 40 degree Celsius temperatures. System Specs: Intel Q6600 (2.4ghz @ 3ghz) EVGA GTX260 896MB (driver version 310.70) 8GB RAM EVGA 750i FTW SLI Motherboard 640GB WD HDD Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit I've attempted to find my dump files although, even when creating the minidump folder and setting my windows to create a small memory dump file in system properties, nothing appears in the C:/Windows/Minidump folder. If any more information is required please ask. I apologize if there was something I missed in a sticky that could have assisted me. Edit: I've also noticed that when watching flash video, especially of higher quality, my cpu usuage is unusually high (60-80%). I know the Q6600 is an old processor, although it is a quad-core and I doubt it should be performing like this. Like I said, I ran linx and prime95 which stresses the cpu @ 100% constant looking for errors and none were found. Edit 2: Just tested a streaming media site (twitch.tv). The problem also occurs when viewing HD video (flash) on that site as well. Edit 3: I also tried running older, official GPU drivers although the problem still occurred. Hoping my GPU isn't starting to go. Edit 4: Attempted to run an older version of flash, still occurred.