Okay.... I have an older Gateway system that I got back in '01. It's first generation P4 with the 850 chipset. The card I got with it at the time was the RADEON VE, which was based on the 7500 chipset. It's a 64 MB card and has pretty much run everything I've put through it. In fact, the one time I tried to update the drivers on it, I had to roll them back because it gave me the issues that I'm running into now. I just got City of Heroes and tried to run it on my system. The minimum requirement for graphics card is a RADEON 8500 or GeForce 2. So I went out and got a RADEON 9200 SE (since the 8500 is no longer in production). It plays the game absolutely fine. The problem I'm running into (which, like I said earlier, I ran into with the updated drivers on the VE) is with DVD Playback in either Windows Media or RealPlayer (InterActual, as well, for that matter). Any DVD I try to play will run through the FBI warning at the beginning, play through the normal studio crap and get through to the menu. Then, suddenly, it will reboot my system. Has anyone experienced this problem? What can I do to fix it? My system: Intel P4 1.3 GHz GB850 chipset motherboard 256 MB PC800 RDRAM 80 GB 7200 Western Dig HDD 128 MB RADEON 9200 SE SoundBlaster Live! Hitachi GD-8000 DVD-ROM NEC NR-7700A CDRW MS Win XP Pro (Running in FAT32 not NTFS) SP1a DirectX 9.0b (All the reviews say it supports DirectX 8.1 only, but the box says it has full DX9.0 support) Currently running Catalyst 3.5 drivers (came with the card). I've updated to Catalyst 4.5 but it did nothing to change the problem, so my last load I left them at 3.5. I've done BIOS updates, driver installs, just about everything. Any advice?