Last Friday I bought 2x 1G PNY RAM (DDR2) and put it into my computer. It worked perfectly fine; my system recognized the 1.9G of RAM (I have an integrated 6150 SE) and my games were lagging a lot less and didn't crash. On Monday, after downloading World of Warcraft and the Burning Crusade, I needed to download the patch. Once the patch hit about 2-5 min left, the BSOD came up. I didn't pay much attention to it, because I didn't see it happen before and it said if it was my first time seeing the screen, to just restart computer. So I did. It went back to my log-in screen, and when stuff finished loading on my desktop, it crashes again. Ever since, it crashed randomly, but didn't say anything about drivers (that I recall). I looked the info up on a different computer, and random crashing could be faulty RAM. So I took out my PNY RAM, put in the old RAM, and it asked if I wanted to do a system recovery. I said yes and after some time I was able to log-in without problems. Or so I thought. Now I logged in one day and noticed my Norton wasn't loading up at start up. Aside from that, I figured that maybe it was WoW that crashed my computer, so I deleted it all. I tried downloading WoW again, but now it would even start the downloader. It said the tracking device couldn't connect or something. It does this now whenever I try to download it. When I looked for solutions for the tracking device, they said to open up firewall ports. But before, I had Norton firewall up and the downloader downloaded perfectly fine (a little slow). Now that I dont have a firewall, it wont download? My microsoft firewall wasn't even on, so that can't be it. Furthermore, whenever I try to open up Norton, it says an error occurred (8500,300 or something like that I think) and to restart computer. That doesn't help. Aside from that issue, my Microsoft Word 2003 won't even open unless I open it in safe mode and even then, it freezes when i try to open an existing file. I didn't think I would end up in such a big dilemma, so I didn't really copy anything down or take screenshots (didnt think you could when your computer shows the BSOD). If anyone needs any information in addition to this, I might be able to help. PS: I exchanged my old PNY RAm for new PNY RAM and the computer isn't crashing any more, but Word, Norton, and the WoW downloader still don't work. I Also installed WarCraft III and can't get on Battle.net but I used to before. My other programs seem to work; City of Heroes, Mozilla, Limewire, LotRO. Any help is appreciated!