I run Windows XP Professional on a 1GB RAM, no external Video Card Machine. Recently, my PC has developed this problem of BSOD. Any time in the middle of a session the BSOD flashes and the PC restarts. Since it says that it may be due to a hardware conflict, I uninstalled my default Intel Graphics Chipset Family Driver and installed it again. But of no use.
Other symptoms include:
 When starting the PC, I get the message:
“CMOS settings wrong
Press F1 to run setup
Press F2 to load default values and continue”
 If allowed to boot normally without any intervention, the PC restarts after sometime without any warning.
 Yesterday,when I started my PC and started a download in Orbit, my system hung, the mouse didn’t even move on the screen and the keyboard failed to work.
 When I start Counter Strike, the screen displays the “Hz ?” text on the screen.
The most recent software that I installed on my PC is Google Chrome 12, stable version.