Hello everyone! Please let me start by mentioning that I have spent days working on this laptop, going through a bunch of different troubleshooting steps, and reading different forums to no avail. I'm using this website as a last resort, and am not trying to waste anyone's time. I was using Facebook when suddenly my Acer 3690 turned off... Upon reboot, I got a BSOD... "*** STOP: 0z0000007E (0xC0000005, 0x82C5096A, 0x807f0670, 0x807f0250) Collecting data for crash dump .... Initializing disk for crash dump .... Beginning dump of physical memory. Dumping physical memory to disk: 100 Physical memory dump complete. Contact your system admin or technical support group for further assistance." I've tried everything I know how to do, including Safe Mode, Loading unsigned drivers, and Last Known Good Configuration... Still have the same stop error code. I was messing with it for hours, literally.. Got ahold of a Windows 7 Install Disk, so I tried using Recover Console, still nothing.. Tried using DSKCHK, no results.. I was messing with something in the BIOS, and it actually booted up. Albiet a bit slow, it still booted up. After about 5 minutes of use, I restarted it... Same stop error code. I ran an AVG scan using a bootable disc I burnt, and cleaned out a couple of viruses that were on there, and still nothing.. I'm really at a complete loss here, and have no idea what to do. I tried taking out the RAM, and using a can of airspray to clean it, still no help. I'm not good with specs and all that, and I can't use Everest to get my specs obviously, but I know I have one gig of RAM in there... I think the hardrive is 250 GB, and the CPU is a Intel Celeron at 1.6 GHZ.. If anyone can offer any kind of help, I would GREATLY appreciate it.