Try going to display adapters and right clicking on NVIDIA GeForce 5200. Then select Properties and go to the Driver tab. Click on Uninstall driver.
Try using your computer normally in Safe Mode for a couple of days. Tell me if a BSOD pops up.
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You mean that you have run Prime95 for 24-30 hours and it didn't show any errors?
Edge, computer tested out ok...no errors, no BSOD.
Edited by jones082, 26 June 2009 - 10:47 AM.
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