I'm at a loss as to what to do next... BSOD during windows startup. Happens in both regular startup mode and Safe mode. None of the other startup modes (logging, diagnostics, etc.) provide a different result. The error is different between regular startup and safe-mode startup. *NOTE* I cannot even get to command prompt, let alone windows. ---- Regular windows startup mode: * Windows loading screen appears. * 2 "bars" of loading complete * screen changes to BSOD * Error: 0X0000007E Safe Mode startup: * sys files start loading from HD * last line is at mup.sys * 1 second later it goes to BSOD * Near the top of BSOD it says: "PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA" * Error: 0X00000050 ---- I don't know if it will help, but this problem occured when the system was hooked up to a 32inch HD lcd tv as the display instead of its normal 14 inch lcd screen. (They just wanted to see what it would look like i guess.) It seemed to work for a while (don't have exact times, maybe 1 hour or so), then it went to BSOD. Has been like that ever since. Even now back on old monitor. I was thinking the big screen may have been too much for the integrated GPU to handle. That idea have any merit or is the workload on the GPU the same no matter how big the display? If its just the GPU we can get a cheap graphics card as there is a free PCI express slot. ---- What I would most prefer is a pointer to some sort of boot disk that runs like memtest to check the system. I have been looking but I don't see anything like that right now. Maybe I will just try a linux boot disk to see if it can even come up. Maybe its just a simple corrupted display adapter. ---- System Specs: Processor: Intel 3.06 Ghz RAM: 1 GB ram (2 x 512) OS: Windows XP home Media Center Edition Graphics: Integrated ---- System posts just fine, I can get to the "F8" options menu as well. There are many options there to try and get past problems like this (even restore last known good configuration) but none of them let me get any further.