I just assembled a desktop, and shortly after I began using the machine(days), it started to give different BSODs coming out of sleep. Sometimes it appears to happen during sleep although I am not sure(someone may have woke my computer during the sleep). I have run memtest86+ tests with no notable results, as well as chkdsk and sfc. I also ran one of the HDD diagnostics on the UBCD. There appears to be no issues with the filesystem. Apart from this BSOD happening on waking up, the computer runs perfectly and the CPU temp maxes out at about 45 Celsius. The latest internal device I installed was a TP-Link n300 PCIE wireless card. The BSOD events may or may not have coincided with the installation of this device. I have noticed that today, on my network, everyone's traffic slows to a crawl when the device is connected to the network. I am not sure if this has anything to do with the BSOD events or the network issues. I also noticed that one time, the system resumed successfully, although it was painfully slow to respond. It almost seemed like a hard drive issue. Most of the BSODs say it's a driver fault though. I have several minidump files that I am posting. I am not sure if the oldest or most recent is best to look at first, but I have no idea what I'm looking at anyway. Help is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Liam Let me know if I can provide anything that would help with a diagnosis.