I have MVP Baseball 2005 and C&C: Generals. I've had them both for awhile and didn't start having this problem of the games freezing up during gameplay until within the last month or so. I haven't been playing other games lately, but I imagine this isn't specific to MVP and Generals. System info: OS: XP Home, SP2 Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.8GHz Motherboard: ASUS P4R800-VM Video card: Radeon 9600 DirectX: 9.0c Power Supply: 400W RAM: 256 MB I have the latest driver for the video card. I don't believe the issue is overheating or too low wattage of a power supply, which were suggested in other posts I've come across in a Google search where others described issues that sounded similar. I originally thought this was video card related, and it may be, but there were entries in the event viewer/application tab that read: TrueVector engine: File "C:\WINDOWS\Internet Logs\MATTSPC.ldb" was corrupt and has been copied to "C:\WINDOWS\Internet Logs\xDB111.tmp". File "C:\WINDOWS\Internet Logs\MATTSPC.ldb" was corrupt and has been deleted. I found a thread on this other site relating to the True Vector Service: http://forum.adiscon.com/topic,421,0.html. I run "eTrust Personal Firewall," which I assume also uses the TVS. I disabled the service as suggested in the referenced link via the control panel/administrative tools/services tab (I did not uninstall the firewall program as I didn't want to lose it should it not be the problem and the suggestions indicated that only disabling the service would suffice). I then tried to run the game (MVP) and it froze again, though now there isn't the TVS entry in the event viewer corresponding to the crash time. Of course, getting rid of that entry isn't the solution to the problem if the PC still crashes. Anybody out there have suggestions? Thanks for any help.