Thanks guys for the help. I am a Systems engineer myself and I commonly get these problems with customers. However, the main resource I use is the Event log and of course with my luck that seems to be problematic with my PC. I have been doing more in-depth review of my system hardware and it seems it could be that my graphics might
not allow me to run windows ultimate, have you heard of this?! I have migrated PC's from windows XP to windows 7 and those video cards work fine. I also noticed that when I do a DXdiag report that it says my video is in 32bit. Could this present a problem. This is the one issue with computers that are so difficult for me to figure out.... heh.. beside drivers
(i hate finding drivers
).... Anyway, I will put the other chip back in and perform the memory test on the entire 4 gigs (unless instructed to do them separately) and will report back. Additionally, is there anyway to manually view the Event Logs or a third party program. Also, If one of my BSOD reports say Network problem, its because I was using a CAT6 Cable to test it and I only have a 34mbps network. Anyway, thank you guys so much for your time and effort with this matter. Again as of now, I have been running two different PC's with one chip in both and neither have BSOD and its been a whole day. When it WAS BSOD at least 2 -4 times a day. So, somehow I think the 1mhz or the different brands are giving me issues. Plus, the Kingston chip IS
a POS (if ya know what I mean).. Again, thanks a million!