Okay, here's the case. When I boot Vista and use it for a while, it gives me a BSOD with STOP: 0x0000008E (it gave me 0x0000007E before). I installed a crashdump analyzer WhoCrashed and it blamed the crash on ntkrnlpa.exe, but it also gave me a different stop message and different time of crash (doesn't matter). Anyway, the program told me what I could do to stop BSODs, one of the solutions were to upgrade my BIOS. I did, but now I can't use the F8 menu when I boot the computer because of a thing I'd like to call "sticky key". What happens if if I want to press a key, I have to hold on down for a while before BIOS recognizes it. This makes it hard for me because BSODs come up much later if I boot the system with last known good configuration. But this is not the time to blame BIOS. Anyway, the upgrade didn't work and now I'm in Ubuntu. I have the access to my Vista partition and the dump files from WhoCrashed. I can't open them, though, because the damn thing encoded them for reasons unknown. Vista blames it on my Nvidia SATA drivers, but I updated them and still nothing. I begin to think it's a virus of some sort, but AVG can't catch anything except for Megaupload Toolbar spyware and something called "KMiNT" in registry. I checked, that entry was from installing Golden FTP Server. The first time I got this BSOD was when I was playing GTAIV. I played the game on "no restrictions" mode because with my crappy computer I could only see 4 feet from Niko was standing, everything else was black. Yeah, that's pretty much it. Any ideas?