Alright... My predicement... I have been running my computer for about almost a year now perfectly fine with no issues at all with Windows 7. This last weekend I went out camping and when I returned on Sunday to do a few things on the computer it decided to go and give me a Blue screen of death. I didn't think very much of it and just went to restart the computer. After I restarted, Windows began to load as normal and just as it was about to get to the login screen the BSOD came back. To save my self from typing the whole story lets just say I restarted the computer about 10 times before it decided to magically fix itself and work for the rest of the night. *Just as an aside, I wasn't restarting the computer in anger, it was more of a restart to try to get to the actual operating system before it would restart itself. So I really had no doing in all the restarts* So anywho, satisfied that my computer was back into working order, I turned in for the night and headed to work in the morning. When I got back the computer was back into the swing of the BSOD's which I tried to fix for the next 5 hours of the evening. I tried everything to get to the OS. Safe Mode, Revert to last known good configuration. Put in the Windows 7 CD and clicked "Magically Repair my Computer!" but nothing seemed to work. Then just like Sunday night it worked for about an hour, then kaput again. Sick and tired of everything I decided to Delete all the partitions in my hard drives, reformat and reinstall Windows 7. After I successfully installed the Operating System, it all seemed to work fine! Until about an hour passed at which time the BSODs returned. I would supply you all with the Dump files but I am unable to even access the desktop let alone get to the appropriate folder to give you more information. The Blue screens themselves were along the lines of the Driver IRQL Not less or Equal And also a bunch of Hexadecimal numbers ( 0x0000001E Also had a bunch of other numbers in parentheses after that but anywho...). I searched up that code and it said something about incompatible drivers or hardware. However I have been leaning towards this being a hardware error rather than a software issue. This is the only thing that really would make any sense to me since I did a fresh install of the Operating System and even after that the Blue Screens would continue. If anyone has any suggestions that would be great. I will go and check the exact Specs of the computer and post them in a couple minutes. Sorry for the novel that went along with my problem, but I felt it would give you a better picture of the problem at hand.