CPU: Athlon 64 X2 4800+ M/b: ECS KN1 SLI Extreme RAM: (2x) 1GB PC3200 DDR GPU: nVidia GeForce 7600 GS w/ 512 DDR3 PSU: 500W Antec (~4 years old) OS: WinXP Sp1a HDD of concern: Seagate 750GB sata2 Other ATA133 HDD: WD 180GB, WD 40GB, WD 250GB Other sata2 HDD: WD 1000GB sata2 First off, my computer used to work fine for months on end, and only recently it has been giving me bsods at least once every other day. I run a few servers off this machine, so it is usually up and running 24/7. Last time I re-installed windows fresh was 5-6 months ago, so the system is quite clean and new, and only for the last month have I been having bsods. At first they occured once a week, and now they are happening almost everyday. I know for a fact that the hdd power molex connector to my 750GB is loose, it has always been loose for a good 2-3 years now. In the past, a hdd would randomly shut off due to loss of power, but I never had any bsods. I have attached 4 minidump files, as well as a screenshot of my primary channel ATA device properties, and a screenshot from SpeedFan. The ATA channel reports a downgrade in speed, while the SpeedFan image is for voltage readings. I ran MemTest86 and my RAM passed just fine. I suspect that my hdd is losing power, either due to the PSU or the faulty molex or a combination. At any rate, if y'all could take a look and offer advice it would be greatly appreciated. I know my hdd always had a loose molex for 2-3 years, but the bsods have occured only very recently and as such I don't know what to reason. If y'all think my PSU is also wearing out, I will gladly replace it. Thanks in advance.