I have an online class starting soon and really need to narrow down what could be causing the problems on my PC as soon as possible. Any advice anyone could offer would be greatly appreciated. I have an AMD Athlon 1500+, Gigabyte board, 700+ MB of RAM with the above graphics card. I am running Windows XP SP2, and many other Windows compatible software (IE, Office...). Yesterday areas on the display started to freeze or would be come unresponsive. The monitor started making a clicking noise like it was losing the signal from the computer. I have already looked at the driver situation and everything is current as can be and according to Device Manager, the system is fine and stable. It is not picking up in anyway that there is something wrong. After enough of this clicking and freezing the entire system crashes. I got an error message that indicated there was something wrong in the graphics region (meaning I don't think it is my monitor that is dying). I have had this machine up and running for 2 years at least now without any problems at all (this is not a recent install problem or upgrade problem). There have been no changes to my system recently (small windows update a week or so ago). I do not play games of any sort on this computer. It is not overclocked or pushed to any kind of capacity. I use it for school, email and the Internet mostly. I thought this kind of clicking/freezing stuff might be indicative of the card dying on me and someone out there might have experienced this before. I just didn't know if I should look for this to be a driver problem or a hardware problem and needed some help. Thanks so much in advance for any help you can provide. I tried to edit my other post to include this additional information it wouldn't work so I apologize for any redundancy between these two.