Just bought a very expensive Lenovo T60 laptop. The thing is loaded! A T2600 dual-core processor, 2 gigs ram and a 128 graphics card. Imagine my surprise yesterday when after loading in my Logitech notebook videocam software and running it -- the computer went to blue screen stating (among other things) it was dumping memory. In fact, it continued to do this after several reboots until I uninstalled the Logitech webcam drivers. At this point, I can still USE the Logitech webcam on my laptop, but can't have it load the drivers at startup. After I do use it and shut dowm, the computer goes to blue screen and dumps memory. Why is it doing this?! With 2GB of memory in my system I would expect there's plenty of memory available here. I will admit I have my desktop video resolution set to HIGH (32 bit) instead of MID (16 bit) and perhaps, if you feel I should do so, I can put that setting down lower. My laptop has the exact same configuration as my desktop as far as system and video memory as well as dual-core processor. The desktop handles everything I run on it with no problems. Just trying to figure out why an attempt to run the videocam is causing a blue screen/memory dump. Should I begin by bringing my desktop resolution back down to 16 bit (MID setting)?