I have started to get lots of BSOD do you have lots of free space? I would run memcheck for a while. Its on a boot CD and just constantly checks memory on a loop. This will let you know if your RAM is bad. Personally I still think there may be a HD fault in there somewhere. Check see if all your cards and cables are seated properly including USB ports. Could be FTP problems are you running wireless if so what hardware?
here are a few more links I found googleing
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Are your 2 500g drives setup as raid or master/slave on the same channel? If on the same channel be sure the jumpers are set one as master and one as slave.
I transfered files roughly 80gb from my sata 500gb to my main sata 320gb and after about 25% transfered the computer crashed.
I repeated the process with the maxtor 500gb and the sata 320gb with nearly the same results.
I then transfered the same data from the maxtor 500gb to the sata 500gb and they completely finished.
This led me to the conclusion that there was an issue with my main HD the WD sata 320gb.
I ran the chkdsk.exe program and did'nt get any errors that I know of.
I have been wanting to upgrade the main HD to a WD Raptor 150gb 10,000rpm so I decided that now would be a good time.
I installed a fresh copy of XP Pro Sp2 on the raptor.
It has seemed to fix my problems that I have been having since day one of my computer build.
I have been able to transfer file from all HD with no problems and the download problem has not been an issue so far (fingers crossed).
So I believe the problem was caused from the WD 320gb and not the motherboard.
I however cannot rule out a software issue because of the fresh windows install but I have noticed much better performance all around that matches more in my mind to what the computer should be able to do, that it wasn't performing with the WD 320.
I will be giving newegg or WD a call soon for a replacement drive.
Thank you guys for all your help, I really appreciate it.
Glad to see that you got it sorted out. I read in a couple of the links I gave about the WD issue and hoped that wasnt the trouble but im glad to see that you saw it also and trouble shot until you knew for sure.
ps one thing to possibly try would be to see if a firmware update is available for the drive. I hate to see a working drive go to the crapper. I would think that WD has to be aware of the problem.