I'm sorry, I know this is a poor thread title, but I can not be more specific. Quick background:
I built this system a few years back. After dealing with a bad memory stick and swapping it out for new ones this has been the most stable system I have ever built - until recently.
About a month ago my computer suddenly would not start. Most of the time it would not even get to the bios - it would simply keep restarting (as I could tell by the CD-rom doing it's boot sequence spin over and over). Sometimes it would get to the windows loading screen before freezing though.
It was really random, and I worked desperately trying to figure out what was causing it but I could not seem to find the specific culprit. After a while of re-seating hardware it just randomly started working again! However, now it seems to BSOD a lot.
I wound up buying a new larger power supply (since mine was a little lower than I would have liked), but it did not seem to solve anything.
The last week or so it has been extra worse crashing multiple times per day. Some of the crashes will cause a string of crashes over and over for a bit before it'll let me get back to windows. It's very random where it happens. Tonight while playing a game a few times, a few days back a few times while just in firefox, sometimes just in different programs, or even just sitting at the desktop while I'm doing something at my desk.
I consider myself fairly knowledgeable on fixing my computers, but this has really frustrated the heck out of me. I'm desperate for someone who knows the crash dumps better than I to be able to tell me what might be the culprit. The crash dumps within the last month are the important ones (I'm less worried about older ones). Computer Specs
Windows 7 Ultimate
AMD Phenom II X4 3.2Ghz
ASUS M4A77TD Pro
G.SKILL Ripjaws 8GB (4 x 2GB) 1333 (PC3 10666)
GIGABYTE GV-N275UD-896I GeForce GTX 275 896MB
Again - I'm sorry for the vagueness of all of this. Usually I am able to solve the issues very specifically but this is the first time I've been truly stumped. If there's more specific info you can use to help me please let me know and I will give whatever I can to help.