PC brand: eMachines T6216, some hardware upgrades CPU: AMD Athlon 64 3200+ Motherboard: nForce 410 Video card brand/model: EVGA Geforce 6800 Amount of system memory: 1 gig Windows version: Home, SP2 My problem is this: Sometimes a game I play, Guild Wars, will appear to "freeze", but, in fact, it is just not updating the picture. It has never happened to me with any other games, but it just seems to weird to be a Guild Wars problem, and noone else seems to have it. Alt-tabbing, ctrl+alt+del, everything, leaves me with the picture it was at. I know it's not frozen because I still hear sounds and I can still move. What I mean by saying I can move is this: If I click my mouse somewhere on my "frozen" picture, my character will move. How do I know when my image is "frozen"? I see it on my brother's screen, next to me. It responds and all, perfectly all right. I can hear sounds from battle, cinematics, and everything. But the picture does not change. I can even hear cinematics when frozen. I froze right next to where a cinematic would start, while a battle was going on. I HEARD the battle finish, then my brother talked to the person that starts the cinematic, and I HEARD the cinematic. The picture, however, did not change. Oh yeah, nothing is overclocked.