After doing some researching online I did standard checks of viruses and spyware. Completely clean. So I moved on to RAM and HARDDRIVE. I checked the ram and it passed at 100%. So I checked the hard drive assuming that the hard drive could be going back 100% pass.
After doing more research I found that a common problem is that the hard drive is not set to Master and during sleep mode it causes these errors. So I went and checked my Bios for more information on my computer and found the following:
IDE Channel 0: Master: CDDVD
IDE CHannel 0: Slave: None
IDE Channel 1: Master: Hard Drive
IDE Channel 1: Slave: None
Now I am not a genius but generally when I have built computers in the past the hard drive is set as the master and cd rom as slave? Could this be causing my blue screen's? Further more does it matter if the hard drive is set to channel 0 or 1?
Thanks in advanced.
Windows XP Pro Sp3
Dual Core 3.0
2 gigs of Ram
Samsung Hard drive 500gig