Greetings, all.\nI am getting constant BSODs, and I'm hoping someone here can clue me in\non what I'm doing wrong. The players are:\n\nNF7-M momboard\n256MB of Corsair memory (one VS256MB400 DIMM (PC3200))\nAMD XP 2600+ processor\nWestern Digital Caviar 102AA 10GB hard drive\nWindows 2000 Server Evaluation Copy (build 2195) w/Service Pack\n4\n\nI have no cards in any slots (I'm using the on-board video), and I'm\nusing default values for everything. I'm not overclocking. The power\nsupply is rated at 300W max. I only have the one DIMM (nothing to swap\nwith).\nBSODs have included:\n\nStop: 0x0000000A [various addresses] IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL\n(this references ntoskrnl.exe)\n\nStop: 0x0000001E [various addresses] KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED\n(this references nv4_disp.dll)\n\nStop: 0x0000004E [various addresses] PFN_LIST_CORRUPT (no\nreference for this)\n\nStop: 0x00000050 [various addresses] PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA\n(this references nv4_disp.dll)\n\nIf you need more detail about the Stops, I have all the information. I\nhave tried:\n* Reloading the O/S from scratch.\n* Reloading the nv4_disp.dll.\n* Measured voltages out of the power supply; it smells a bit\ncooked, but the voltages looked okay (as long as 11.8V isn't out of\ntolerance for the 12v lines).\n* Reseating the memory.\n* Updating the BIOS.\n* Raising the voltage for the memory.\n* Changing the Memory Timings.\n* Changing the CAS Latency.\n* All fans work (one on the XP 2600+, one on the nForce2\nUltra 400 chip, one in the power supply).\n\nThe next tool I use on this is going to be a hammer. Anybody have any\nideas? I can't shake the feeling that I'm missing something simple here.\nThanks in advance for your help.\n\nMike L.