I have a 2.0 GHz / 2 GB RAM Unibody that I've just installed Windows Vista on (With Boot Camp Assistant), along with the applicable drivers found on the Mac OS X Install Disc 1. Let me just preface this a little bit. I have had this notebook since December, and ever since I bought it, I've ran into a few Kernel Panics. And by a few, I mean, I've checked console messages and I've had around 40 altogether. The first time this happened, I was watching a DVD. Second time I was just browsing the web with Firefox. All the other times were with various software, so I figured it was a hardware issue. I called Apple Care, they told me to do some sort of VRAM reset or whatever, where you hold Option, Control, P, and R and all that business. Anyhow, since then it's still been happening and the main problem I've had is that whenever I bring it into an Apple Store I can't for the life of me recreate the problem. It's very frustrating. Besides the Kernel Panics I get, I've also had programs just randomly shut down for seemingly no reason. So I installed Vista. I get my Steam account up and running, excited to see what this baby can do. I ran TF2 for about a minute and a half. Then I get a BSOD, the message being IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL, which I Googled afterwards and it came up as some sort of RAM issue. Puzzled, I went to the Apple store the next day, and told them about this problem. Little did I know, Apple does not support Windows problems. So I told them about the Kernel Panics. They ran hardware tests, everything was fine. I told them about the random program shutdowns, they told me to reinstall Mac OS X and Windows. So I backed up my disc, reinstalled, and I still have the same issues. Am I cursed or something? I've tried Googling all the error messages I've been getting but they've been so specific that I don't get any results. Any help would be much appreciated, thank you very much. Edit: I've also been thinking that since the NVIDIA chip is integrated, maybe it has something to do with the graphics card? I'm so lost right now it's not even funny.