Greetings. Quick Description: My computer seizes up with BSODs at random times. Details: First note the specs on my profile. (If I need to supply more I certainly will.) As you can see, my system is a bit outdated, but works great for my purposes at this time. A few months ago I reinstalled Windows. I made no hardware / software changes on the new install and have in fact re-installed Windows on this machine before with no glitches. Before this I was running this machine with the same configuration for literally 5 years with only a handful of BSODs ever. This time, however, after upgrading all the drivers, my Windows updates, etc. I have random BSODs from time to time…sometimes up to 5 a day. There doesn’t seem to be a pattern as to what I have open or am doing at the time of the BSOD. Sometimes the machine could have been idle for a few hours before it happens. Sometimes it happens when I shutdown. Sometimes it is completely random. Things I’ve done so far (after reading the extremely helpful posts “Troubleshooting Reboots/System Crashes”, “Before Posting Your Mini-Dumps, Please Read This”, and “A Guide to Stop Error Messages"): · I’ve updated all my drivers to the best of my knowledge (including the latest BIOS). · All my hardware is well-seated and connected. · I’ve run CCleaner multiple times. · I’ve run Ad-Aware multiple times. · EventLog – I have a number of red items in my event log. Under Application they have to do with McAfee Security Center. Clicking on the links reveals no helpful information from Microsoft, however. I’m not sure these are the cause of the BSODs or if the BSODs are causing these. My machine continues to run after McAfee crashes most of the time. Under System I also have a red item related to McAfee similar to the above. Is there something further to look into here? · I’ve run MemTest+ and my 1 stick of 512 RAM is fine. · I’ve run SpeedFan and it looks like my deviations are within 5% or 6% on the +3.3, +5, and +12V. However, I do have a little “fire symbol” by a few fans on the upper part of the GUI for that program, but the hottest one is running at 66C. Is there something further to look into here? · I’ve recently replaced a case fan and the fan over the north bridge…but the BSODs continue. · I’ve cleaned the dust out of the machine pretty thoroughly…but the BSODs continue. · I’ve run chkdsk a number of times. Sometimes it finds a minor error on Stage Two and repairs it. Is there something further to look into here? · I’ve reset my page file to be 1.5 times the size of my RAM (768 min/max) and ran a defrag. · It should also be noted that I also receive numerous IE 7 crashes. Basically IE just shuts down with no warning and often won’t open back up again until I reboot. Is there something further I should look into here? After all that I’m still getting BSODs. Should any of the areas in blue above be looked into more? And if so how? What is the next step? Also, I’ve examined my Stop errors with WinDebug and looked at their cause on the site listed in the sticky post above. However, I’m not sure where to go from there because most of the things it says to check I have already checked as you can see from the list above. My most recent Stop Errors are of this nature: 1. 10000008E – Prob caused by: mfehidk.sys 2. 1A – Probably caused by: memory_corruption 3. 10000050 (Could not read faulting driver name) – Prob caused by: ntoskrnl.exe 4. DE – Prob caused by: memory_corruption 5. 10000008E – Prob caused by: mfehidk.sys I’ve attached a copy of my Everest report (see next post) and the 5 most recent BSODs. Where should I go from here? Any help would be extremely appreciated!!