Hello everyone, it's nice to find a forum where people are taking their personal time to help others. You have my appreciation and thanks. I have recently formatted a old PC. Everything seemed to have gone as planned... until I was bombarded by random BSODs. They seem to happen at random; load doesn't seem to be a factor here. I have attached all necessary log files [W7 Dianostic Tool report, CPU Screenshot and PassMark RAMMON html file]. System Specs are below: CPU: Phenom II x4 965 (Default clocked w/ Zalman Cooler) [highest temps 62C on overnight Prime95 torture test] GPU: MSI 5770 1GB Ram: 4GB [2GB x 2 Corsair @ 1333mhz] PSU: 430W Thermaltake HDD: WD Blue 640GB Case: Antec 300 I used WD's utility program to test the HDD prior to reformat. The HDD is in excellent condition. However, I was bombarded with completely random BSODs upon completing. I decided to reformat again. This time, I got 2 BSOD by day 3; much better than the dozen or so BSOD I got the first time around. However, it still greatly concerns me. I have attached all necessary log files, I have followed the sticky instructional thread down to the letter. Please tell me if I am missing any information. Thanks in advance. Michael PS: All I have installed on the PC so far: => All W7 system updates => Avast Anti-Virus => CCCP (Combined Community Codec Pack) => League of Legends (haven't really had a chance to play it) => CPUZ + HWMonitor => GPU Drivers (AMD Catalyst) => Utility programs used to create the BSOD logs (as mentioned in the sticky) I have just finished a "sfc /scannow" in cmd prompt. It said it detected corrupt OS(unsure) files and was unable to repair them.