Hi I've Windows 7 Home Edition 64-bit installed, and everything had been working fine for almost a year until early this month. Getting random BSOD or simply a split second garbage screen and immediate reboot a few seconds after keying in password in the login screen most of the time (around 7 out of 10 tries). Sometimes the BSOD appears while I'm not doing anything except waiting for some torrents to complete, but if I get past the login stage and have it work for 10 seconds in the desktop, it will be fine with a very low chance of BSOD. Attached latest minidump file, would appreciate any help or clues to troubleshooting this problem. @.@ Some things I've tried... - I have 2 sticks of 2GB ram, used either one individually but still had the problem - After this problem surfaced, Firefox has a weird tendency to not start up, using about 2MB of memory and getting stuck. I had to try terminating Firefox, then restarting Firefox or closing other apps and then restart it. - Gets BSOD when I tried cleaning registry using Windows 7 Manager - Removed all startup apps except Windows Live using msconfig, same thing still happens - System temperatures look normal - Happened even in safe mode once Some dumb things I might have done just before it happened.. - Running ESET NOD32 and Windows Security Essentials together. I have since removed WSE as that was a more recent installation, but I noticed it detected way more things than NOD32. - Installed numerous apps for testing, but all had since been removed System specs: Gigabyte P55A-UD3 2 x 2GB Ram i7 860 2.8GHz Appreciate any help or hints to troubleshoot this further. Many thanks in advance!