Alright, so this time I have a question about the infamous BSOD. I am running Vista x64 on my new custom build and have come across so many Blue Screens in the short time I've had my system running that it's starting to become depressing. I can easily say that my new system has had more Blue Screen errors in its short life than all other computers I've ever owned combined! Here are the STOP Errors I've recorded (written in short hand) so far: - 0x1E - 0x3B - 0x4E - 0x7E - 0xA - 0xD1 Now, through this site, I've found other sites that tell me what these errors mean, but, and this is the irritating part, they don't give me any clue on how to fix them myself! I found ONE patch to ONE of the errors, but it didn't apply to my system because I already have SP2 installed... <-- doesn't that mean I shouldn't be having the problem I'm having? So I'm basically stuck with a defunct 64-bit Vista OS unless I can find some insight on how to fix my system to where these Blue Screens cease to come up. I've done everything I can think of to reduce the causes of any future errors as far as drivers go, everything in my system has 64-bit drivers, including the keyboard and mouse; I've upped the ante on the Page File size; the BIOS has been updated on the motherboard through the boards home site; both 4870's are updated by ATI's video drivers; and of course Windows is updated as current as possible through Windows Update, and these Blue Screens still show up. Believe me, I almost have my fingers glued to Ctrl+S every time I'm in a program now because I can't predict when the next error will pop up. Does anyone have any knowledge on how to remedy Blue Screens? My new systems specs are updated here if that helps shed some light on the issue!