I'm getting the BSOD fairly frequently in the last week, and I can't figure out why. The errors lead me to believe a memory failure somewhere (MEMORY MANAGEMENT, PAGE IN NONPAGE AREA), but they only occur under heavy loading of my video card (NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX) so far. Does this mean that the on-board memory of my video card is bad?
The only other explanation I've read is that the driver for this card isn't up to par for Windows 7 yet and is causing overheating problems in the card itself. I don't think this is happening to me, since I opened the case and watched the fan to make sure it was spinning up. I can't tell if it's actually going fast enough, however.
Any feedback is very much appreciated!
UPDATE: I ran memtest and it came back clean. To try to determine if it's the video card or some other part of the system, I borrowed a duplicate card and installed it. Now, I'm being told that there was a boot disc failure so obviously something happened to mess with the hard drive. I'll update again if/when I can get it booted.
UPDATE 2: Apparently rebooting again is all it takes to trick my magic box into thinking that it's fixed. The "new" video card seems to have taken care of everything, so I'll be shipping my old one away for a replacement. Thanks for the help! :D