I'm on a fairly new custom built computer running Windows 7 64-bit that's been running smoothly for the past few weeks. Yesterday, I was browsing the web (Chrome) and listening to music (Winamp), nothing taxing or out of the ordinary, and I get a BSOD that flashes by faster than I can read it. Automatic restart was on, so the computer gets back to the Windows loading screen, then BSOD's with this "bad_system_config_info" error. Every time I reboot, I get this BSOD. I've not been able to get around this at all. I've tried booting in safe mode, repairing from the Windows install disc, starting from last know good configuration. The Windows startup repair attempts did report this error: "Root cause found: Bugcheck 74. Parameters = 0x2, 0xfffff88002908b20, 0x2, 0xffffffffc000003a. Registry is corrupt." Anyway, I've run Memtest, which after 24 hours reported no problems. I tested out the OS hard drive as an external drive on another computer and it reads without problems. I'm at the end of my troubleshooting rope now, since I can't even get into Windows. Is there any way to repair registry errors like this without just completely reinstalling Windows? Is it actually just a corrupt registry or could it be something more? Thanks for your help! My system info: Intel i7 950, 12GB RAM, 128GB SSD, EVGA X58 SLI 3 motherboard.