Someone please help. My Thinkquest website is due on Wednesday and my computer is dead. I have an Alienware Sentia M3200 with 1GB of RAM, 100GB hard drive, WinXP Home, Intel GMA 900, DVD-RW Drive, Pentium M 1.86 GHz. Yesterday, while I was playing Half-Life (1) I hit ALT-TAB and got the blue screen of death. Of course it dissappeared before I could read it. (I fixed that in BIOS). I then restarted and the computer was fine. I worked in Dreamweaver for awhile, and then went to play some multi-player Halo. After about half an hour, the computer spontaneously shut down. It may have been the heat. I believe the Pentium M shuts down at 80 degrees and goes critical at 90. Anyways, I left it off and when I tried to start it this morning, just after it passed the Windows splash screen, it gave me a message saying that "Insufficient system resources exist to complete the API". It then shut down. I tried a couple more times with similar results. Next I tried to Safe Mode her (computer's name is Jane). It stayed at the splash screen and wouldn't go any further. This perturbed me further. I finally inserted the System Restore CD from Alienware, and right as it detected the previous versions of Windows, Jane shut down. I tried to enter safe mode with command prompt to reformat the hard drive and I got a blue screen of death saying that the video card is screwed up. At the bottom it said "Beginning dump of physical memory". I don't mind losing everything on my hard drive because I back up everything important. I need my computer back though. Somebody tell my nothing is fried inside the computer, and please help me fix it. I will worship you.