System Specs: Motherboard: Asus A8N32-SLI Deluxe Processor: Athlon 64 X2 Duo Ram: 2 GB Power Supply: Thermaltake 600W Hard Disk: 1 Seagate Barracuda SATA (Boot) 1 Seagate Barracuda EIDE (Data) DVD Drive: Aopen EIDE DVD Burner: Sony EIDE I have a been having a very unusual problem, which I believe may be hardware related. Here is what happens: Windows is running an automatic update. Usually it works fine, but sometimes I will lose my internet connection. To restore my internet connection, I have to shut down my computer, and unplug my cable modem to reset it. Once that cable modem is reset, I start my computer to restore internet connectivity. However, in some instances, it will bluescreen, giving the following message: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA When this happens, I have to boot into safe mode, and run system restore, often twice(use last known good configuration does not work). If I don't run system restore, the bluescreen error repeats with the same message. Once I have restored the system, it acts normally again until the next problem manifest. In some instances, including todays instance, I cannot power the computer back on immediately after the crash. I such down several lights and my HL-5040 printer, and eventually got power back to the computer. I was able to repair it normally after that. There is one symptom I find interesting: upon restoring the system, many files loaded on my data hard drive, that does not contain Windows or any essential Windows files, that were copied to it between the system restore date and the bluescreen crash vanish. I find it odd that system restore would delete files on my data hard drive unrelated to Windows(in this case, I had just downloaded self-extracting .exe. of firefox a few days ago to my data drive, upon restoring to the middle of last month, it vanished from the drive. I had not yet used this .exe to install the latest version of firefox. The .exe of an older version of firefox that I was using was located in the same directory, it remained intact). I have started messing around with the SDK debugger and dump files, but I really do not know what I am doing. I only have two dump files, one dated last month(probably the restore date), and one dated March this year. Nothing dated today, which is one the most recent bluescreen has happened. The only thing I leanred from the dump files is the ntoskrnl.exe was involved in the crash. This problem has been plaguing me for a while, and I am tired of it and want it fixed, but it is so hard to pin down. I do not know if it is a hardware problem, and which piece of hardware it is related to. I have reasons to suspect the power supply, the mobo, and both hard disks. Any help with this problem would be greatly appreciated. I have attached the most recent .dmp if any know how to use these properly. Thanks.