Hi there, I'm looking to get some advice about what I can do to troubleshoot my machine. For the past 4-6 months now my desktop experiences blue screens seemingly at random. It can happen while I'm using it, or while it's resting for a day or two. It throws a handful of errors, rarely with actual driver or file info. I feel that many of the errors are symptoms or results of a core problem that I cannot identify. It all initially went down one day while I was playing a video game. I got a blue screen that I didn't catch (had auto-reboot on by default). I feared for a virus due to some recent mods I'd downloaded for the game. So after some virus scans and clean-ups I decided to re-install Windows. This didn't fix my problem. The most common error I get is the 0x07E error. I also get 0x0a (IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL) about a third of the time. After a month or so, I began to get other errors like BAD_POOL_HEADER, BAD_POOL_CALLER, etc etc. I can post the whole list if it will help. This morning I woke up to a blue screen finally angry at NTFS.SYS. Seeing driver names with my blue screens is rare though. I've had times where Windows begins to load (I see the load up screen) and it crashes with one of the myriad of errors. If I let it run and reboot it eventually loads up fully. I've also more recently had situations where it tells me that Windows didn't load properly and if I choose to boot up normally, it fails to move on to the load up screen and instead restarts the machine. Sometimes while running video games or other cpu hogs the program crashes and won't work -- claiming corrupt files. If I turn off my machine and wait a few seconds then turn it back on, the program runs fine again. My video quality started to degenerate in my favorite video game (increased tearing) so I tried replacing my video card. The quality is normal again, but it didn't fix the blue screens. I've been wondering if overheating could be a problem. But my CPU temp doesn't seem to be too high as per its manual's specs even after a blue screen. I've tried disabling most of my drivers and monitoring the system. But it's hard to gauge what's wrong since the blue screens occur intermittently. Should I continue to try this over a couple of days' time? I've run memtest86 maybe 5 times. Twice it had errors. I moved my memory to different slots and it ran clean. Then I moved them back and it ran clean again. It's like the error throwing is intermittent too. Sorry for the long post, but I want to post as much info as I can. Any help is greatly appreciated!