Alright. I've had a Gateway PC for about 8 months, first off, I hadn't researched into Gateway's lack of quality or even ability to construct PCs, I had always built my own. So now, 8 months later, I've learned alot, and it's done nothing but frustrate me. My Current specs are--- AMD Athalon(TM) 64x2 Duel Core Processor 4200+ 2.21GHz, 2.00 GM of RAM 200 Gig SATA II Hard Drive Geforce 7300LE with Turbocache Windows XP Professional SP2 (fully updated) Now, with that said. My problem consists of random BSOD's, I've had this occur since the day I bought it, and I've unfortunatly never sucked up my pride and asked for direct help from the public untill now. These BSOD's occure randomly, and in a Variety of ways. 0x1000007E is a fun one, I've misc 08E's, 0CE's, and so on and so on. I'm unsure what it will be. I've Debugged, I've asked professionals, I've even gone so far as looking for problems myself. These BSOD's generally happen while loading a game, mostly World Of Warcraft, however, it has happend randomly without that game on, or any other PC game for that matter. I've tried switching out my two 1 gig RAM sticks and putting them in various slots and combinations without improvement. I've been unable to determine what is causing these crashes. I've been told it could be Hard Drive, Video Card, RAM, Mobo, Dirty Power and my PSU. It's more then frustrating to deal with this after 8 months. I'v formatted countless times, not quick format either, complete Partition deletion. Anyway, Thank you to any help in advance, and I apologize for the long run-on sentence. I also would like to note, I have also on occasion, World of Warcraft has Frozen, and when exited, I would attempt to use the game once again, only to have the error pop up "Unable to start 3D Acceloration" I'm unaware of if this could be a hint to the problem, currently I'm leaning tward a video-card problem, or possibly a RAM problem, though, I want to be sure before I start shelling out the cash.---Again, thanks in advance.