Hey there, I'd like some advice on the following problem...some facts: - I'm getting completely random BSODs with this machine under Vista 32 (I thought I would try out 7 to see what happens, but same problems...currently running 7). - The system will run perfecly fine for about a week (ran for 10 days under 7) but then the BSODs set in with no warning. - They have all been completely clean installs when the BSODs start. - Tried swapping video card and RAM, same probs - The system is at a completely stock config, no overclocking has ever been done. Here are the system specs... Core 2 Duo E8400 w/ stock heatsink Gigabyte GA-P35-S3G Seagate Baracuda 7200.10 500 GB Antec Earthwatts 430w PSU BFG 8800GT 512mb OC Crucial Ballistix Tracer 800Mhz 1GB (2) The attachment system wasn't working for the minidumps so I'll try later. In the meantime, I used WhoCrashed to analyze 8 crashes and found they were likely caused by: fileinfo.sys KERNEL MODE EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED M ntkrnlpa.exe (2 times) IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL ntkrnlpa.exe CACHE MANAGER ntkrnlpa.exe KERNEL MODE EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED M ntfs.sys NTFS FILE SYSTEM fltmgr.sys (2 times) KERNEL MODE EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED M Any ideas?? I'm assuming it has to be a hardware problem at this point, but I'm having trouble narrowing it down as I don't have a bunch of spare parts laying around to test...please help!