I have been having a string of issues with my new build, that quite frankly, is driving me up a wall. Most have been hashed out, but this page fault issue is nearing the end of my patience, I appreciate any help whatsoever in advance! For starters my build: CPU : Intel Core I7 980x, stock 3.3ghz Memory : Kingston tri-channel 6 gigs HD : Western Digital SiliconEdge 128gig SATA SSD GPU : EVGA Nvidia Geforce GTX 470 Display 1 : LG W2753V 27" LCD Display 2 : Samsung 2233 120 hz LCD Sound : Creative Soundblasteer Fatalty X-fi MISC : Nvidia 3d vision Now a description of the situation: Whenever I boot up my computer it posts, makes it threw windows intial load, but right before the desktop can load I get the 0x50 stop, and a page_fault_in_nonpaged_area. No driver or system files are listed on the BSOD. After dumping my memory, i reboot to the same results, this process continues until magically the computer boots (no real rhyme or reason to number of times) and runs quite nicely. It runs smoothly, no hangs or anything of that nature, and I can leave it on the desktop for quite some time at idle with no problems. Occasionally after an extended idle time, (I'd say several hours+) I will return, wake the computer up, and find myself frozen on the desktop requiring a hard reboot. As long as I am actively using the computer in low intensity situations, it purs like a kitten. In high intensity situations, problems seem to arise; Certain games seem to trigger the pagefault BSOD almost instantly, while others seem content to run for hours. IE: I can play WoW, or Fallen Earth for hours on end, even while streaming netflix on my second display with absolutely no problems. Half life 2?, usually no problems. Battlefield bad company 2 however will cause the pagefault BSOD consistantly in any time ranging from a few seconds to 10 - 15 minutes. Dead Rising 2, same dilemma. I should note too, that when a pagefault does occur, i am reduced to the cyclic loop of page faults on desktop loadup, until finally obliges me. I forgot to mention, this issue has been occuring for some time, I original used the ASUS P6TD Deluxe motherboard, and 12 GB of Corsair Dominator RAM in tri-channel, both of which I have replaced due to the same error. I thought at first I had a bad channel, then bad ram due to a few errors on memtest. I now find it extremely unlikely that i have two faulty motherboards due to channels, or 2 batches of bad ram. I have attached both the dumps and the info from the utility. Thank you kindly for any help, and if I can be of help, let me know!