Thanks so much for the suggestions. Thus far I have run eerything excpt for the HD Diagnostics which I plan to run shortly. No error or issues have been identified with any of the below action you told me to perform.
Run Chkdsk /f /r
Run the Memory Diagnostic
& HD Diagnostic
Also i would recommend to run System File Checker
Start > Run > CMD > Right Click and Run as administrator > SFC/ SCANNOW Jonathan_King -
Yes, I moved from Windows XP to Windows 7. I built my computer in 2003 while still in college and that is the reason for the old drivers
I had read in another thread on this forum that people had adjusted voltages in their memory contoller and south bridge because they believe Windows 7 puts more stress on those areas which can cause errors to be written by the Ram. http://www.sevenforums.com/crashes-d...7-crash-2.html
It said that they increased their voltages in their BIOS and that cured the problems. Have any of you heard of this. Any ideas for me as the only BIOS options that I see with voltages associated are my "CPU VCORE", "DDR Reference Voltage", "AGP VDDQ Voltage". Any idea if changing those might help.
Thanks again for everything.