Hello System: Windows XP SP3 Lately I have been getting some errors. The computer has been running for more than 2 months just fine, after I had some blue screens, which I posted here about and apparently it was solved. Since then I am using a different AV and FW, and PeerBlock. All the rest is the same, and have been like this for years. First I will attach the BSOD which has happened this morning when I chose to restart my computer. Several seconds later after a black screen, a blue screen appeared. Now after that blue screen, windows has restarted and got to some blue screen doing checks on C and on F (two seperate HDs, 2 from total of 3). Then restarted and got to windows. And now I will explain the problems I experience. Since the last 2 weeks, every couple of days or so, when I turn the monitor on at morning (I leave the computer on 24/7), I notice: -The text files which had been open are closed. Folders are still open -No internet, and dialer wouldn't connect. -No audio (not always). -Can't open text files (no resources available) or save files (can't register or something like that, forgot) -I noticed once an nsappshell error when restarting (forgot what exactly and if related) -I noticed this one only today, maybe because I found the computer at a state of during the error: A lot of error windows of PeerBlock and Delayed Write Failed error, of some file in PeerBlock folder (Attached). I don't know if that program is the cause. Maybe it is for the insufficient memory, but is it the cause for the BSOD? Maybe some other thing (software or hardware) is causing all of these problems. After restart: -When getting to desktop, while it loads programs I get explorer.exe error /crash (windows message). And also happened once after that, also drwatson error. -I notice the blue theme is not present on the small logging window before reaching desktop, then it disappears and reappears with a theme. In the times I got explorer.exe crash after restart, I do another restart and windows works for a couple more days. Now I think that all these problems have one cause, some software, maybe malware, or I hope not hardware. I hope its not several problems, but one that is causing the other etc. Hopefully this latest BSOD will help find the cause. Is it that easy or will I have to run some programs, or not run programs that may cause this? Thanks for the help.