Usually when I have a tech problem I can figure it out by narrowing things down but this case is kinda different. Lately I've been trying out many different photo organizing programs and one that caught my eye was ACDSee, everyone raves about it. So I went, got the demo, installed perfectly no hitch but thats where the fun ends. The program itself works flawlessly except for one major issue, I get a BSOD when I try and select images in a certain way. Basically what happens is when the browser window opens up I get a list of all the images of that directory and there are multiple views, some of them include thumbnails. Now what happens is when I hold the left mouse button down and drag either upwards or downwards it crashes and gives me a BSOD with a message that cites: STOP: 0X08E Win32k.sys BF8558E1 @ BF800000 Now the kicker about all this is, doesnt happen on anything other than thumbnails...Will ONLY crash when the view is set to something to display thumbnails. My first thought was maybe it was the program but from what I've found, only one other person had this error and their problem went unanswered on the programs main forums compared to the many who actually use it without an issue. I narrowed it down to something software related it looks like, I uninstalled my ATI drivers and it worked. Installed new Radeon Omega drivers, crashed. Safe mode with either works. I've tried multiple versions of ATI's drivers and a single version of Omega and so far nothing. Now I'm not that geeky so I don't know exactly what this could be but I just wanted to see if any of you guru's out there might know off the top of your head what direction I should be going in since I am lost. I was told the win32k.sys was almost always bad memory or some other hardware issue, so I reseated memory and ran memtest86 to no avail. Tried with just one chip of RAM, nothing. Later tonight I'l be swapping out my video card and memory entirely to see if that is culprit but from what I am seeing it doesn't seem so. Are there any programs out there that can detect driver conflicts or at least tell me whats happening right when it crashes, these kinds of tools might be able to help me pinpoint where my problem is....I've tried this on a few other computers I have and had no troubles as well. I've scanned for viral infections, spyware and all the other goodies using an array of tools ( Norton, Spybot, Ad-aware, Hijackthis, Rootkit revealer, etc) and come up empty. Time for the specs: Windows XP Home SP1 Asus A8V Deluxe Motherboard ( VIA K8T chipset, been told its a POS ) 1GB Muskin Value PC3200 RAM (default timings) AMD 3200 x64 CPU ATI 9800 Pro 128MB video card OCZ 520watt PSU So far my only guesses right now are the follwing: Been told that the VIA chipset and certain ATI video cards have conflicts Possible driver issue but no tools to figure out which could be causing Could be video card itself but doubtful Hopefully someone can help me as this software looks excellent in every other aspect and I do not want to have to go back to using another program I got as it does such a horrible job.