I just recently updated my laptop from SP2 to SP3, and some software problems (and OS problems, apparently) have come up as a result: First, my AntiVirus software, AVG 2011, started acting up-mainly the Identity Protection (AVGIDSAgent.exe) process, which started hogging the CPU. I had only one option: disable the component. So, I did. Next, my favorite game, Minecraft, has started to show some [more] problems, too. My texture packs are being detected, but not correctly. It isn't a big deal, really, but the Pack information of my custom Texture Packs is not being loaded. The Textures are fine, though. However, the REAL problem is that once I'm in the Texture Pack selection menu, and I click the "Done" button to go back to the main menu, Java crashes (not Minecraft. Java). Note: The error log is attached to this message. Also note that, A: I haven't been on Minecraft since the 1.2.3 update, and this problem could be caused by any of the recent updates, and B: I did record the log files running a modified minecraft.jar (Optifine, Modloader, and CJB Mods), so that also could be a factor. I will try running it with the unmodified jar, though I kind of need Optifine in order to run the game on this single-processor laptop (It still freezes the computer constantly, but it holds up longer than it did before). So, I uninstall Java, then reinstall it, hoping it was just a hard disk error. No change. The error log attached is from an error that ocurrs when leaving the Texture Pack menu in Minecraft. Minecraft runs as javaw.exe, and uses lwjgl. I do use the official launcher (not any other program) to start Minecraft. In an attempt to provide as much information as possible, I used a program called Process Monitor to generate a few system log files of a few things I do on my laptop, relating to these problems, and also a log file of events occuring when it is idle. HOWEVER, the forums won't let me upload the measly 15 MB of zipped .PML files. So, if needed, I will e-mail them to whoever responds to this thread. I will try to record some more log files (similar to the ones already recorded) from other computers for comparitive purposes. Yes, these log files will be from a completely different system, but I will try to use the closest match. I'm sorry if I overdid the details, but I'm trying to provide the most information possible. Don't hesitate to ask for more details or specifications. P.S.: I am VERY computer-smart (for my age), so don't be afraid to use technical terms.