Found my recovery DVD, I'm ripping it, but it's a lot of data - 3.7GB if I can't compress it any. I'll upload it, but I'm going to have to split it into parts, and it'll take probably the whole day to do.
I just found mine too, If JimBobVII can't get it working I'll give it a go.
Also, if you ever need to replace the keyboard, Hannspree charges $30 + $22 shipping. But shipping is same whether you order, one, two, or three keyboards. I just ordered two because my kids spilled juice on one and it died, but got smart and ordered a cheap generic keyboard protector for it. At least it should last longer this way (hopefully).
Anyways, RAM seems to have been the problem. Didn't need to run memtest86+ for too long, as it came up with a half dozen errors in the first 10 minutes, close to 20 by the end of the second complete pass. 4GB stick arrived yesterday afternoon, and I haven't had any trouble since I put it in. There were no 64-bit drivers, the only thing that Windows didn't set up automatically was the wireless driver, which I had to set up off the included driver disc.
Looks like I may have been dished some bad RAM in my refurb as well. I'd get everything reinstalled and running (with 105 Win 7 updates), leave it sit powered down, come back the next day, power on and BSOD with MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error/dump. They put some cheap 2GB PC3-8500 stick in it. I wanted 4GB anyhow so this will give me a reason.