A few times over the past few weeks, I have been getting random BSOD's, and the occasional "The volume is Dirty" messages from chkdsk when I reboot. It always reboots, for now anyway, and I haven't noticed any specific correlation between what I'm doing and when the crash occurs. The first time this happened my computer (a Dell Inspiron 6000) could not locate the HDD when I first tried to reboot, but after waiting a few minutes, it booted up just fine. I only seem to have one minidump file, which is attached below, and it looks like ntoskrnl.exe is the problem file. I looked up problems with that file, and some solutions said I need the windows XP disk, which I do not have. Any thoughts or idea would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.