First off, I'd like to say that I'm not exactly an expert with computers. I know how to set up an internet connection, remove programs I don't want/need and install stuff. That's about it. If any responses could be kept simple enough for me to follow, I'll be grateful. If not I'll struggle along anyways. This morning I went to start up my computer as per the norm, and upon reaching the 'windows XP is loading' screen before the actual log-in screen, the whole thing blue-screened. Literally. I've written down the error message and some of the information, but I can't access my computer at all. I've tried booting it in Safe-mode, got the BSoD. Last Known Good Config did the exact same thing. The only major change I made to the computer recently was installing a new HDD about a week ago, and it's been working fine since. I was on the computer at about 1am this morning and it was working fine. It's just crashing now. I'm gonna try unplugging the new HDD in a second and blowing the fan to clear it of dust, maybe check if everything's plugged in right (I've heard hardware can cause crashes too) Here's the data: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA. STOP: 0x00000050 [0xDFV68000, 0x00000001, 0x806336BE, 0x00000000] If there's anything else needed to fix the problem that's actually shown on the blue-screen I'll grab it. Any help is greatly appreciated.