Hey there, i usually do tech support for my house and a little at my job because i'm rather knowledgeable about computers, but i'm getting a problem that i can't seem to find on the web. This is on one of the kiosks we use at my work for customers to transfer they pictures to our machines to print them. The computer in specific runs windows xp and doesnt have to much a history of problems hardware wise. It gets shut down every other nights so it runs for about 48 hours then is shut down and then booted up by an employee several hours later in the morning. My particular problem involves the black screen of death. I am able to normally log into xp and browse a bit before it suddenly flashes to a black screen. No warning and no flickering of the screen are apparent when it does this. The main computer then registers this machine as off while it's still running after the BSOD appears. I managed to check event viewer prior to it crashing and found nothing in the logs to indicate there was a problem with windows. I've yet to find an article that discusses the ability to use xp before it black screening, mainly during boot and immediately after log in.