I keep getting random BSODs (random times, random messages, including page_faults) on what is now a second complete rebuild of a system (after RMAing the RAM, then CPU and motherboard for different items). Windows crash consistently says device driver. I'm now using: AMD Athlon 64 3200+ (rev. E3); ASUS A8V; Antec Trueblue 480W (+5V:38A,+12V:28A,+3.3V:30A,-5V:0.5A,-12V:1.0A,+5VSB:2.0A); 1GB (2x512mb) Kingston KVR400X64C3AK2/1G; Generic 3.5" (Beige) 7-in-1 Card; ATI All-in-Wonder Radeon (32MB, AGP 4x); Western Digital Caviar Special Edition 120 GB (WD1200JB-00CRA1) PATA harddrive at IDE ch. 0; Maxtor 160 GB (6B160M0) SATA harddrive at IDE ch. 1 (system and boot drive, using SATA RAID drivers); Norcent CD-R/RW 32x10 drive at IDE ch. 1 (slave); Matshuita DVD-RAM LF-D310 drive at IDE ch. 1 (master); Generic floppy disk drive; Microsoft optical mouse and keyboard; Windows XP Pro, SP2. Memtest produces no errors with this RAM (on this system and on this system with an MSI K7N2-Delta2-LSR with Athlon XP 3000+, the previous system). My best guess is the video card, given problems with ATI and this ASUS board and the fact that it (the video card) is the oldest component in the system. I've tried using the newest driver and the first driver with CATALYST, but neither seems to affect the BSOD issue. Minidumps are attached, which I can't make heads or tails of. Can anyone help?