Sorry to barge in on your thread here, but I'm having some issues with BSOD as well. I don't have the exact message, shame on me. But I have completely reformatted the computer and the BSOD is still present. I would like to know the most likely cause-RAM or hard drive? I have 2 GB of RAM-Samsung, and a 250 GB Western Digital hard drive. I did try running various malware scans including Ad-Aware, Spybot and Malware Bytes. Those only found cookies, and very few. I've run anti-virus scans as well, using Panda and Symantec End Point. (Symantec definitely NOT by choice.) I only have one monitor and keyboard/mouse set, so switching between my two towers is an immense pain in the arse. And then the BSOD doesn't stay up long enough for me to copy the errors. The only thing I really can get is it suggests a hardware/software problem. Yeah, okay, so what else is there? On another note, I can only get the computer to start in Safe Mode, so I don't know if I can run that suggested advanced memory test or not...Thanks in advance.
Edited by NoComputerFan, 26 August 2009 - 10:27 AM.