Unexplained BSoDs (mini-dumps attached) Greetings All, For over two months my machine (a Toshiba Qosmio G20) has been blue screening on an escalating basis. Initially the machine in question would present me with a BSoD about once or twice a week but now it's not uncommon for it to present once or twice a day. I have made a cursory analysis of the various mini-dumps (12), kernel-dumps (5) and memory-dumps (1) generated during these blue screens but cannot read much into them (being a layman in such things) and certainly cannot identify a culprit. I personally think that it is RAM related since product recovery didn't seem to fix the issue and the system (now refreshed) is lagging in performance. However I would appreciate a second opinion from someone more tech savy than I. To that end I have attached the 12 mini-dumps generated during the earliest incidences (all later incidences generated kernel or memory dumps). Laters, Lee. P.S. It may be worth me noting that electing NOT to load SPTD.sys when booting windows in safe mode causes an immediate BSoD. This is 100% reproducible, unfortunately the blue screen doesn't persist long enough for me to take any notes.