Hello, I really could use some help. I haven't installed anything new or done anything different to my computer. Earlier today it kept rebooting for no reason repeatedly and at one point wouldn't turn on at all. I waited, turned it on, disconnected the internet and it hasn't rebooted so far. (I'm on another one now). I did a hijack this scan and a new entry has appeared: O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [KernelFaultCheck] %systemroot%\system32\dumprep 0 -k I also received a message that the system has recovered from a serious error and one of them, the 1000007f code is an unexpected kernel mode trap; whatever the heck that is- I have no idea! I also have a mini dump file 020608-01. I am running XP home edition ver.2002 with service pack2. Should I fix the KernelFaultCheck in my hijack this log or leave it there and is there any way for me to figure out what is causing the error? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!