Re: Vista ceases, what can I do?
Lockups or freezes without blue screens (stop errors) are usually hardware
related, ie: a system component is faulty or failing. Upgrading from Vista
to Win7 will not alter that or reolve it. As your HP is less than a year
old, it would still be under warranty and you should have this problem
addressed immediately by them.
If there are stop error messages, please post back with the text of them
verbatim for analysis.
Best of Luck,
Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP
Windows help - www.rickrogers.org
"tinco" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have a new computer--HP, less than a year old, loaded with Vista OS. I
> love the speed of it and hate the way the locks itself down daily.
> in the mornings. I have no use of keyboard or mouse at the time of
> I have to manually shut off the tower and then re-boot. It starts over,
> usually stays good until later that day or the next morning. I don't know
> how to make this not happen and would appreciate any advice as to whether
> this is the computer or the OS? I've never had anything like this happen
> with my other HP or any other machine for that matter.
> I'm thinking if it's the OS, can't I just delte Vista and reload windows 7
> instead? Bad idea or good?
> Thanks for your advice!