Ok so I was looking at my BIOS settings again and there is a "JumperFree" option menu. Within this menu you can set the voltage management to "Auto", "Standard" or "Manual". I selected "Manual". All this does is 'ungrey' the other options so that you can set them manually. In other words, they remain Auto until you set them otherwise. I went into the Memory menu and it gives you a list of voltages, the first one being 1.92v. Would it be safe to try this setting to see if it prevents the crashes and such? You would think that the auto setting would correctly handle this for me... Also, lately I've been recieving alot of BSODs but they aren't being reported in my Event Viewer. When I say alot, I mean ALOT. Before I got mostly lock ups, now its mostly BSODs of all kinds. Error code 100000d1, Error code 10000050, Error code 1000007f, Error code 1000008e, Error code 1000000a, you name it. Not only this but I'm getting error reports in Event Viewer from W32Time...which reports as follows... The time service has detected that the system time needs to be changed by +76565650 seconds. The time service will not change the system time by more than +54000 seconds. Verify that your time and time zone are correct, and that the time source time.windows.com (ntp.m|0x1|192.168.1.101:123->126.96.36.199:123) is working properly. I also failed to mention that once in a while, maybe once a month, after a BSOD or computer crash, my BIOs settings will reset and it will give me a report saying that something about my CMOS resetting. When I log into Windows, my time will be off and an error will pop up reporting that my System Time is incorrect. Would this have anything to do with my CMOS battery by any chance?