Hello! I have been getting a BSOD at seemingly random intervals during my gameplay of World of Warcraft only. Sometimes it will go for a week without crashing, yet on the other had it sometimes crashes twice in a day. Very confusing and troublesome problem that I could really use a hand with My computer(Built it myself with a MSI Motherboard): P4 3.0 Ghz 800Mhz FSB 80Gig HD, 1G Ram**** *The Ram has been switched around from my other computer to 2 512 chips, from a previous 512 and 256 chips. However keep in mind even before the ram switch it was stilling giving me this BSOD randomly. Anyhow I was reading on some other threads here and I decided to get the windows debugger and do what another post suggest, which was to make a logfile of the output on the debugger so here it is. Ok, I cant send an attachment yet I guess. I can copy and paste it in here then: Since its only during gaming it leads me to believe its a few things: 1) Ram 2) Video card driver conflict (Nvidia 128Mb 5600 PCI) 3) Network card driver conflict (New Belkin Wireless G) I must add something else here, I noticed when I installed the wireless G router into the PCI slot and got everything running, i seemed to have a problem with Windows wanting to control the card and the Belkin Utility wanting to control the card. It seemed to crash more frequently when I was using the Belking Utility to control the card so I switched to windows controlled and it seems to do it less... However it could be meer coinsidence. The video card is new and the network card is new and it still does the same error. The one 512 RAM stick however has been used since i put the computer together(2 years ago). Ok, I know its a long thread so THANK YOU VERY MUCH!! For even sticking through to this sentence lol. Any help would be awesome! -- Russ Baldwin See the bottom part of this thread HERE for instructions on how to attach a logfile.