Hey everyone, On May 2nd, I experienced my first blue screen error in a very long time. I was hoping it was an isolated incident, but such was not the case. It has happened many times since then. Yesterday it blue screened about 3 times in 15 minutes. It only seems to happen when I'm running WoW. I turned off automatic restart for serious errors and managed to jot down this information from one blue screen. STOP: 0x0000008E (0XC0000005, 0xBF8011B3, 0xF616AA48, 0x00000000) Win32k.sys- address BF8011B3 base at BF800000, Datestamp 49900FC9 Also got a "Kmixer.sys" and "DRIVER_IQRL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL" error. Now I have no idea what could possibly be going on. My laptop is a few years old and things might just be failing on me. I have a Toshiba Satellite A105, with Windows XP SP 3, ATI Radeon Xpress 200M series. I thought at first it was the driver for my graphics card, but I already checked that it was updated. I also ran AVG full computer scan along with a Spybot S&D scan, only turning up a few random cookies and adware. I also ran chkdsk and drafragged twice with no results. I thought WoW had an error since I did notice it crash once before the blue screen and ran a repair on the program, but had a blue screen shortly after. I did have an issue with my laptop overheating previously and it was shutting off to prevent damage but I bought a laptop cooling pad and attempted to clean the fan. The laptop is staying at a more cool, consistent temp now so I don't think anything is heating up. One possibility that occured to me is maybe my hard drive is loose? A few times I got a blue screen was when I moved my laptop abruptly (might just be coincidence), but I'm not even sure how likely/possible that is. I also read that it could be an issue with RAM. I had the 512mb of RAM that came with my laptop, but put in an additional stick of 512mb but that has been in for 6 months or more. Maybe it's going bad? I already opened part of the casing to make sure the hard drive was in place and to check the sticks of RAM. Everything there looks good, but still crashing. I am going to be making a bootable CD for memtest86 and running it overnight tonight. Looking for someone a little more computer saavy for some advice Thanks!