I've never posted here before, so please tell me if I don't include any information that is needed. I use Windows XP Professional and have an Intel Pentium 4, 2400 MHz CPU. The Video Adapter is NVIDIA GeForce2 MX/MX 400. My computer is constantly short on space, but I don't think that's the problem. I do have 3% of my C drive free and 9% of E. There is no DVD/CD drive at the moment because of an issue with a fairly new power supply, and I'm about 99% sure that the power supply has nothing to do with the problems I'm having. I have that Everest program installed so I can give more details if I need to. The problem has been going on at least a couple weeks, and I think longer, but I can't remember when it started because it got worse and worse as time went on. One day the graphics on my computer started going wonky. Like, the icons would be repeated elsewhere or be the wrong colors. And random stripes would show up over webpages or whatever else I was doing. And the windows loading screen would look messy and pieces would be out of place. And then sometimes the screen would flash black. And sometimes it would happen a lot and sometimes only once or twice. And it got steadily worse and now it sometimes randomly shuts down and I've had the blue screen of death once or twice. And I've gotten the error message that says "the system has recovered from a serious error" a bunch of times. I used registry cleanup stuff. I reinstalled the drivers for my video card. I ran memtest. I opened my case to listen for weird noises and make sure it wasn't overheating. I changed the display settings. I ran a disk check. I deleted all the minidumps and reset the page file thingy. I did a bunch of stuff. And nothing's really helping. Right now I'm in VGA mode and that's working perfectly, but it's a total pain because of the low resolution. I'll put a few minidumps on here, and if anyone can help I'd REALLY appreciate it. Oh, and if I seriously can't fix it I'm going to reformat, but I've never reformatted in the 4 or 5 years I've had this computer, and I believe reformatting is last resort (plus I have so many things I'd have to backup), so I'd prefer not to if possible.