I've had my new system up and running for a little over a month now and up until a few days ago, everything had been running flawlessly. In the last few days, my system has started to randomly reboot. It doesn't happen very often, maybe once or twice a day, some days not at all. When it does happen, it's never during periods of heavy usage. Most of my reboots have happend while I was surfing the web or typing an IM. The CPU temp is within normal limits when it randomly reboots (usually right around 41C) and I checked my videocard and the fan on it is working as is my CPU fan. All of my software and components are running on their latest drivers/firmware etc. and I haven't added anything new hardware to the system since i set it up about a month ago. I run adaware and Spybot after each random reboot and usually do find around 20 spyware programs total, not sure if they could be making my system reboot, but who knows. My videocard has also been showing some artifacts when I play NHL2003 (only game i really play) though performance is otherwise unaffected during the game and no graphics problems show up during regular usage. My 3dmark scores are the same and my card is not OC'd. Anyhow, just wondering if anyone might know what the problem could be. Right now the reboots are few and far between, but still, they shouldn't be happening at all. I'm running: AthlonXP 2100+ tbred Epox 8rda+ mobo Seagate Barracuda IV 80gb Abit Siluro GF4 ti4200 128mb 8x agp liteon 24x cdrw toshiba 4x dvdrom sony 52x cdrom 300w antec PS Everything on my system is running at stock settings.