Hello guys, First let me give you my system setup: - MSI K9N SLI Platinum - AMD Athlon64 3800+ - 2x Corsair 512MB 5400C4 - AOpen GeForce FX5200 PCI - Creative Sound Blaster Live! - SeaSonic S12-430 - AOpen FX5200 PCI Driver - nVidia nForce 9.16 Driver - Motherboard BIOS v1.5 - Windows XP + SP2 English Ever since I've started using my GeForce FX card, I've had a problem with it. Sometimes it will cause my monitor to shut off, and after that my HDD too (looks like both go into standby). On top of that, sometimes after this, my system restarts. This GeForce FX card is actually a temporary replacement as I've had another problem with my GF7600GT (sometimes vertical bars at boot). Currently, I don't own the 7600GT anymore (sent it back to the store), and am looking to buy a new one in the near future. But at this point I'm stuck with the GF FX. My motherboard has 3 PCI slots, and whenever I put the card into the 3rd one (with an orange color), the problem is almost replicable by installing ForceWare drivers or playing a game for a couple of minutes. It seems to be more stable in PCI 1 and PCI 2, but the problem still occurs..just less frequently (every week instead of every 10 minutes). Over the months, I have kept track of the problem through personal notes, although they are a bit messy. I've tried several ForceWare versions (new and old) and a clean Windows install, didn't help. The problem even occured without ForceWare drivers installed. After the monitor shut off again this morning, I did a reset and everything was back to normal. Then I shut the machine down, and after I started up Windows again an error message popped up saying Windows had recovered from a serious error. Then I found out about Windows dump files and saw that one was made at the time of the crash this morning. I quickly found there were a couple of dump files that seemed to have been made at dates that correspond with those of crashes like this in the past few months (as indicated in my own notes). Since people use these dump files on this forum for troubleshooting, I thought I would post mine and see if you guys come up with something that can help. I ran them through WinDbg myself and it seems nv4_mini.sys is the cause, but I don't quite get it since it happened with several video drivers (including standard Windows ones). I have a couple more of these dump files, but the dates of them don't match with any of my notes..so I'm not sure that they were produces after this type of crash. I'll check them in WinDbg nevertheless. Here are the dumps. The .txt files include my !analyze -v response. Thanks in advance!