Hey folks, I've read a LOT of your forum over the last week or so, trying to pin point exactly WHY I'm getting so many different types of BSODs. I've tried many of the solutions you have posted, but I can't really decipher my own crash dumps, and nothing else seems to work. I usually get bsod's in games, while watching video in a browser, and sometimes just AFTER a bsod, I get another bsod on start-up. But it's not reliable, sometimes it just reboots on it's own, no bsod. I also recently re-installed windows into it's own partition on the hard drive. SPecs: MB: Asus M4a785TD-V EVO CPU: AMD Phenom II x4 945 RAM: 4g (2x 2gb) Crucial DDR3 1066 Video Card: GeForce 9600GT OS: Windows 7 Prof. View attachment Dumps.zip Steps tried so far: Running one stick, then the other, in varying slots Running memtest86+ (1 pass, no problems detected) Running windows memory diagnostic (had some issues, but wouldn't really extrapolate ) Re-Installed Windows in a seperate partion Updating all major drivers (BIOS, Vidcard, Direct X) I'm usually pretty good at trouble shooting my own machine, but I'm at my wit's end.