"Did MS put a Cap..."
No, if anyone did the look to the computer manufacturer since
Microsoft never touched or even saw the computer.
Actually, there is something wrong.
The problem could be bad memory, bad hard drive or a corrupted Windows
It is also possibly a bad power supply.
You can do various diagnostics which may include reinstalling Windows
but if the computer is that new, take it back for the manufacturer to
Jupiter Jones [MVP]
"Lana" <Lana@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Ok I have had this computer which came with Vista Home premium on it
> exacty 4 days. I am about at the end of my rope ready to scream. If
> I run the
> system too long or download a few too many files.(trying to replace
> many I
> lost ALL LEGAL) The system just starts acting up I will try to open
> that will not open it will tell me a file is not found or program
> not able to
> do the request or any range of things. Once I turn the computer off
> start it again I am fine. and can go do that exact same thing
> Tonight it
> would not allow me to open a IE window kept asking if I wanted to
> delete the
> darn shortcut?? WTF is going on??
> Did MS put a Cap on the use of my computer or something?
> Plus I can only run 2 downloads at a time??While that is likely a
> setting I
> just have not found this other stuff is just NUTS