I've been getting about 4 BSOD's a day for more than a week now. The error messages seemed random and the only common cause I could find in the Microsoft Knowledge Base was faulty RAM. So I checked my RAM quite thoroughly and right now I'm convinced that it's ok. Running out of ideas, I figured a reinstall might do the trick. So I wiped the entire drive with Daryl's Nuke disk and reinstalled. I ran windows update as soon as the install was finished and got a lovely BSOD while downloading the first batch of updates. I got pissed, wiped the thing again and tried to reinstall. The next 2 installations died with a BSOD while "installing devices": Stop 0x24 Ntfs.sys. This was about 24 hours ago. In the meantime I checked my hard drives (installed the os to another drive, ran seagate's checkdisk utility and chkdsk), changed my video board and removed my LAN board. Nothing seems to work though. I already have 6 BSOD's since my last reinstall a few hours ago and absolutely no ideas about what to do next. My current system is Windows XP Professional Version 2002 SP 2 Soltek SL-DRV75 motherboard AMD Athlon XP 1600+ 768 MB RAM NVIDIA GeForce2 MX 200 32 Mb VRAM Surecom EP-320X-R PCI Adapter All minidumps from my current installation are attached. Thank you.