A few days ago, I was listening to a CD on my computer. Whenever I listen to a CD on my computer, my computer does it with Windows Media Player, complete with that big picture with swirling lights and colors. About 2/3 of the way through the CD, the screen goes wonky, and then I get the dreaded Blue Screen Of Death. My computer auto-restarts, and after I find everything I lost track of in the Bluescreen, I check the "problems" log and find something called "Video Hardware Error". I write it off as a fluke, but one CD later it happens again. Two hours later, it happens a third time. Googling "Microsoft Windows Video Hardware Error" hints at a problem with my video card. Out of fear, I haven't watched a single video since (that includes YouTube). I just now tried using one of those compressed air cans to spray into the vents on my computer in case accumulated dust caused it, and am now going to try watching an episode of something online. If this doesn't work - or hell, even if it DOES - can someone please tell me what might be wrong and how to go about fixing it? EDIT: I should add that after the third time, I performed a "System Restore" (hit F9 when the computer's bringing itself to life), and have no idea whether or not that will have changed anything (I'm guessing/predicting not).