Greetings, Just recently I got my ASUS laptop back from repair (for a variety of hardware reasons, they replaced GPU, motherboard, and 1 hard drive), and decided to install Windows 7 on it. It performs great and I love the new features, it really is what Vista should have been. I am still learning the ins and outs of it and it's very refreshing. Well about 2 hours ago I was just watching a movie when all of a sudden it hanged and I received the dreaded BSOD. Didn't mind this at first, since it gave me the opportunity to explore 7's event viewer. After realizing it still sucks I threw it into Windows debugger and came up with this: (shortened version) So after doing some research on ntoskrnl.exe for the last hour I can't come up with anything specific. They way I figure it could be a bad driver, bad boot.ini, wireless card management instructions, or it could be because I just recently installed Win 7? I even read something about it being an indication of a possible rootkit on my machine. This leads me all to you, I read a post from your forum, and you all seem like a knowledgeable bunch My question then becomes: Any definite answers to be had here? And since this is the first time it's happened should I let it go for now? Or should I be worried and be taking preventative measures? I hope this isn't indicative of some damage to my laptop incurred at the ASUS repair center Since the reboot everything seems to be working fine.... Could this be a somewhat common issue that isn't cause for alarm, or should I start running chkdsk while mumbling curses under my breath? Any advice or input is appreciated Thanks.