Hello, First of all this thread is in response to http://www.techspot.com/community/t...computer-has-rebooted-from-a-bugcheck.179857/. The user mentioned that they were having these issues on Windows 7 64 bit OS. I myself am suffering, near enough to my untrained eye, errors that could be considered identical. Running Windows XP SP3 32bit on a system that by today's standards is prehistoric CPU - Intel Penitum 4 3.0GHZ (which I by accident overheated after disassembling to clean, causing the top of the chip to pretty much fuse to the heatsink... my bad... lol Mobo - One of those really old transition boards, the ones that were released so you can run either an IDE drive and a SATA drive or two IDE's Internal HDD - I cannot even remember I think ones a generic IDE 40gb (running the os) and an 80gb seagate SATA (I cannot remember what model) Ram - Now this is interesting. I was running mismatched ram (3 512mb DDR1's running at 233mhz as reported by speccy... before my speccy died , and 1 gb DDR1 running at 300mhz) The only ram to survive is the 1gb stick. (joyous -_-) GPU- ATI Radeon 4600HD 1gb Sound - Sound Blaster Audigy (7? maybe, suitable for it would appear up to 7.1 surround) I think the issue is with a failing hard drive or motherboard myself. Just thought I'd share a similar tale of woe as I found it interesting that someone running a more modern pc was having near identical issues to a dinosaur that is on it's last legs!