Hello, A little bit of background: I am due to look at one of my dad's office computer on this upcoming Saturday. I can access it remotely if we need to get certain information before then though. -- The computer blue screens throughout the day (2-3 times). Revvit is the main program that is being used. The computer will still crash however outside of CPU intensive times. The computer is reasonably high spec for its time - 8gb-16gb ram, 2600k cpu, SSD hard drive. My immediate thoughts is that it is not a software issue – most likely to be the RAM or maybe the SSD failing? The reason I say this is because there are 4-5 other computers running the same software, yet this is the only computer to fail. -- I know I can test the RAM using MEMtest – how should I test the SSD though to find out if it was failing? Also Memtest can take ages to complete – is there a shortcut to find out whether I should be replacing the ram or not? I imagine there is a firmware update for the SSD (considering that it is around 2+ years old however it has Windows on it and therefore there is a chance that I wouldn’t be able to update the firmware without having to reinstall windows/programs. It could be the GPU – its not a particular workstation GPU however (my experience is that these GPUs are very expensive and for the type of work being undertaken, there is no noticeable difference in speed) – I would like to be corrected on this though! Could someone please help me diagnose this BSOD – I can post some logs up if necessary but would need to be told where to find these. Thank you!