Sorry you guys probably get allot of these. I looked through some of them and it seemed they were on a case to case basis and didn’t really sound like my problem too much so I decided to make a new post. Anyway here is my problem. I reformat regularly just to keep my pc clean and just get a fresh start. A while ago I started to get weird crashes ECT that when rebooted windows said was a device driver error. After a few days of uninstalling and updating drivers for everything I was still having the problem. I decided I needed a reformat anyway so I did so. The problem continued even after the reformat. I tried quite a few things such as that ram test program recommended in the sticky and I even went as far as upgrading my video card thinking that was the problem (not the sole reason I upgraded it but I thought it may have been the problem) so I upgraded my 9800 pro for an x800 all in wonder. The crashing continued after that as well. Let me describe the Crashes so that maybe that will help you. The reason I always figured it was the video card is the crashes only occur in computer games, and when it crashes the monitor get covered in neon like colors and I get a repeating sound loop, at this point the computer is completely frozen. After a few seconds the screen goes black and I’m pretty sure the computer is functioning because Often when I’m on Ventrillo or Teamspeak I am able to tell my friends "Hold on im crashing" and they can respond back and then I have to manually hit the power button to restart it. About 2 months ago that wasn’t the case, it just restart on its own. The recent crashes haven’t been leaving minidump files for whatever reason, but these ones are from September maybe they can shed some light. Sorry for the lengthy story but I thought maybe some background would help. Comp Specs Windows XP professional P4 2.8 GHz HT enabled Asus p4p800 e deluxe 1 gig pc3200 ati radeon x800 all in wonder Here are some of the minidumps from September, let me know if I can run any other programs that may help this out. Thanks in advance for any help.