I have been experiencing blue screen of death for a while now. The problem is that they happen so sporadically it is impossible to figure out why they happen. At least for me. There have been times when it crashed four or five times a day and then it ran a week without a crash. And I've been using it in the exact same way. Sometimes Windows comes back with a problem with display driver or audio driver and after installing a new driver it usually works better for a few days and then returns to the old ways. The system is old and I am planning on replacing it shortly, so I don't really mind if the crashes happen once a week, but multiple times a day is too much. The error event is 1003 (category 102), the names are usually different, although it most often appears as ER_KRNLCRASH_LOG. My system at the moment is very simple: - AMD 2600+ CPU - 1024 MB RAM - ASUS A7N8X2 Motherboard - Radeon 9600 PRO - On-board sound card - D-Link Wireless LAN card DWL-G520 - Windows XP SP2 I don't know how much that helps. I have updated all the drivers multiple times and also tried with the older drivers. I tested my memory and it came out clean. I removed all my hardware and put it back in. I tried with a different sound card and by changing IRQ settings (as much as I could). I have read countless threads about this and followed the advice there. Nothing made any considerable difference. I could not create a system that would crash all the time or a system that wouldn't crash. I am adding dumps from the last 4 crashes. I hope someone can shed some light on this because I am at a complete loss. I have never had a computer that crashed regularly and have been putting together my computers for the last 15 years. I will be very thankful if anyone who understands (and can read) these dumps to shed some light on this.