Hey guys/girls, I've been playing this game for quite a while now, but I'm curently unable to appreciate the gaming experience, due to some BSODs occuring on a not regular base. And yep, there are some threads about bluescreens, but I haven't found anything useful, so... this is it. Well, I'll just leave some information here and tell you what I checked so far - maybe someone else has another idea about what to do. First the dump, it's not from today, but a screenshot I uploaded earlier. Today's two dumps show the same. Info about my system (dxdiag): http://pastebin.com/g3Jq9d4r Short summery of my hardware: i5 3550 @3.3GHz GTX 560 Ti 2x4GB DDR3 1600MHz CL9 Gigabyte Z77X-D3H Samsung 840 Pro (256GB) WDC WD20EFRX-68AX9N0 (2TB) In my eyes, the system fits the recommended hardware... Description of the events: After a seemingly random amount of time (2 min, 2 hours, everything is possible), in no special situation (at the warpgate, fiddling with my class configuration, in the midst of battle, driving through empty plains...), monitor fails to get a signal from the PC, obviously because of the terminated driver. And because I use the audiodriver of my graphics card, I also have a short interval of looping sound. So, after restarting my PC the hard way, I get the usual message about the shutdown etc. and nothing else happens. (Except for one time, when the post BSOD reboot coincided with a Windows update, which lead to another BSOD, but I guess that was the cobination, afterwards, the update was installed without problems) What I've done so far: Installing the current and two older versions of the NVIDIA drivers, always after deleting their predecessors. Checking system temperature, clocking and fanspeed while playing - without recognizing anything spectacular. Running three different benchmarks - for overall performance, a heat stresstest and a physx benchmark. No problems. Checked all my RAM with memtest for an hour - 0 errors. CPU benchmarks showed no problems, everything is running fine and cold. Checked the S.M.A.R.T. of the HDDs and they are healthier than I am. Deactivated single graphic effects but the crashes occurred either way, they don't seem to be related to a certain configuration. Checked the game files via steam; After having no error reported, I still redownloaded and reinstalled the game, but it didn't get any better. I really liked this game, so if anybody has any suggestions for me - what values to check, what workaround to try etc. - I'd be pleased.