Hi all, I'm getting random BSODs with a fresh install of XP SP2. I've tried so many things I'm not even sure where to start. Did Memtest (20+ hrs, no errors) and Prime95 (torture blend test for 8hrs, no errors). Have checked that system is assembled properly, with no loose connections etc. PSU is a 430W Antec True Power, should be enough to power my "barebone" rig below. Here's my rig: AMD A64 3200+ Venice MSI Neo4 Platinum (NF4 Ultra, no SLI) 2 x 512 Corsair Valueselect 2.5-3-3-8 Asus N6800GT 2 x Hitachi 7K250 (not RAIDed) LG DVD/RW Almost all components are brand new, not over-clocked. I've gone through many forums and posts, and gather there're a few issues with the NF4 chipset and its drivers (mostly driver faults). Currently, system does not suffer from file corruption from disk-disk transfers and downloads. I've gone though many different sets of drivers, as well as blends of drivers, to consistently get BSODs when I run p2p software like Bit Torrents. BSODs are seemingly random, ranging from BAD POOL HEADER, BAD POOL CALLER, PAGE FAULT IN NONPAGED AREA. Sometimes, the BSODs don't appear, but system becomes non-responsive. When I manage to get task manager out (after a long while), it'll show that Azureus is at 100% CPU utilization. After I kill the process, some other process (can't remember what) will take over the 100% util, until I kill almost everything. Driver sets from NVIDIA I've used range from 6.53 to 6.70, even tried a mix of 6.70 with the new 5.09 Ethernet drivers (have not installed the SW IDE drivers). And yes, NAM has been installed during all tries, because that's one of the reasons I got this board in the first place. But up to now, I really think the problems were caused by the NAM. Weird thing is, the problem only comes about when p2p is used, and IDLE. System doesn't seem to hang when I'm playing around with it. Am attaching the minidumps here, hopefully one of the kind gurus here can help me analyze it a little. Many thanks in advance!