Posted 09 April 2006 - 04:39 PM
in your control panel, under administrative tools>event viewer. what do you see under the 3 headings? and errors? likely explorer.exe>not responding. if you had bad ram, you may have some corruption in your os which results in explorer crashing. so either try a repair or perhaps a format. bad ram causes loss in data, so when trying to write back to the hdd, it has some holes, therin lies the "bsod". now that you have good modules, you must try to repair the holes left by the bad ones yo had.