Hey Techspot! I've recently done copious amounts of software tinkering to my Windows 7 laptop in order to output my gaming onto two monitors simultaneously. It has a dual core 2nd gen i7 processor, 8gb of ram and integrated Intel HD graphics. I usually use it for web browsing, as well as gaming, (primarily Minecraft.) When I hooked up the new 1080p monitor along with another monitor I already had, I had to do a fair bit of work with settings in order to get the output to work as needed. In the end I got what I needed, but ended up with crashes every 20 minutes. (These crashes are illustrated better below.) After work including backing up data, system restore, file verification, hard drive defragging and more I have ended up with a slightly more stable machine, with crashes now only taking place around 2 times a day Once the machine crashes I get tv static style flickering bars and fuzz coming out of speakers, with all means of input being ignored except the old-fashioned forced shutdown. As a bit of backstory, my laptop has taken a beating in the past, and has experienced these crashes before, but in the past they have been rare, possible once every 3 months and only after heavy continuous game-play. But ever since I hooked up two monitors and fiddled with settings my laptop has been ridiculously unstable and even though I am on summer break as a student, if this continues I'm worried I might have to replace the computer. I know that this isn't going to be an easy task, but considering the measures taken any help at this point would be appreciated as I am at a loss for how to proceed.