This is pretty specific, but everything else can get answered on GT, so why not this?? I'm having a very annoying problem with my 2 month old 8600. The system is a PM 1.6 with 256 mg of Dell ram and a 1 gig Kingmax I installed from newegg. It has the SXGA screen. The HD is the 60 gig 7200 rpm Hitachi. It has the MR9600 128 mg card. I'm running XP pro. It has been rock stable till the past few days, when I have been getting a random system freeze followed by a garbled screen and a reboot. This seems to be created by movement of the LCD screen back and forth. If I lift up the laptop a little by the screen, it is fairly reproducable. Sometimes it reboots smoothly, other times the "ON" led lights up and there is a little whirring sound (probably the DVD drive), but nothing else. The screen stays blank and there appears to be no HD activity (the second LED does not light up). Sometimes there is a very brief blue screen filled with text (too fast for me to read) prior to the crash. When XP loads, I get a "serious windows error" report. The codes come back as a "graphics driver error", once even as an "ATI driver error". It recommended disabling hardware acceleration and write combining, neither of which helped the problem. Nor did updating the ATI driver and BIOS from the dell site, nor installing the Omega catalyst drivers. I checked my RAM, it was firmly seated. Could this be a loose graphics card? I have not done a system restore to a week ago, nor have I swapped my hard drive for the dell supplied 30 gig that came with my system. This seems to be a physical problem, not a software one. The only odd thing I can think of is that my GF plugged in my powered USB hub cable while the hub was unpowered. This generated an "insufficient power" error message and temporarily deactivated the USB port on my laptop. It resolved after a reboot. That was about a week ago. As far as I know, the laptop has not been dropped, though I do transport it to and from work daily. I have the error codes if anyone thinks they will help. BCCode: 100000ea BCP1: 89E15DA8 or 89EF0228 BCP2: 89EAF828 or 89EF3670 BCP3: F78C6CB4 BCP4: 00000001 OSVer: 5_1_2600 SP: 2_0 Product: 256_1 There have been some others, but these are the most frequent. Thanks for any advice. My system has the full warranty with CompleteCare, so I can always turn to Dell, but if this is something simple, I'd rather do it myself.