I am experiencing hard drive corruption. The first problem I noticed was that I'm completely unable to get a crash dump when I have a blue screen. I have tried programs that specifically just generate a blue screen to ensure that nothing interfered with the generation, and I have experimented with the recovery settings with no success. The second problem I noticed was that after going into hibernation, the computer will not resume from the hibernation file, rather load the OS as if I had just turned it off, and then I also see corruption of files written to just before going into hibernation. I saw an article in MS's KB that sounded very much like this, except it applies to XP only. I have Windows 2000, sp4. The hard drive is a Seagate Barracuda 7200.7 120 GB EIDE hard drive with 8 MB cache. I have a P3 1 GHz with 768 MB RAM on a Giga-Byte GA-6VX7-4X motherboard. I have installed recent BIOS upgrades for large hard drive support, as well as all hotfixes for Windows 2000. Suggestions?