HI, I have been having a lot of troubles with random reboots and other software crashing issues. My system is as follows: OS - Windows XP Pro Mobo - Abit KN9-SLi (latest bios) CPU - AMD Athlon X2 5800+ AM2 RAM - 1GB kit Corsair DDR2-667 Graphics - Leadtek Geforce 7600GT The times when these reboots have occured have been all med-high cpu usage tasks: - doing a search through registry - watching videos - watching embedded flash player based videos (this is the most frequent, I can do it every time I an watching videos at ufc.com, I have noticed my cpu usage spikes a lot while using the video part of that site) - while idle during the night after I have turned my monitor off (this is also frequent) I have tried the following: - swapping graphics cards - tried a bunch of different graphics drivers - tried reseating the graphics card in the 2nd pci-e slot - swapping PSUs - run memtest86+ a lot of times (no errors) - reformatted and reinstalled windows multiple times - run various virus and spyware scanners On boot up I get errors about BCCode 1000000A with different BCP# values each time. I have posted minidumps below. None of my components seem to be over heating from what ntune is telling me. If someone could point me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated. I am sure it is probably CPU, mobo, RAM or maybe hard drive but I really can't aford to just go buying new components that are that expensive with out even a little evidence that there is something wrong with the original ones. oops, wrong forum, can someone move this to the CPUs, Chipsets and Mobos forum please?