My partners laptop running Vista home Premium has a habit of turning it's self off for no reason I can find. I have checked the power settings for everything I can think of. I did change the times on all of them as they were all set to turn off after 5 or 10 minutes, which I thought was far too short a time for inactivity.
Windows update is also playing up. It's been set to update but ask before installing. This has changed to download and install. I checked for updates earlier today of which there were 8. After downloading them I rebooted to install them. I then checked the update log, were to my astonishment there were 17 updates installed for today???
Any suggestions on either of these problems will be greatly appreciated.
sunnystaines, the laptop is always fully updated. The battery is always taken out as she always uses the mains. The laptop is only about 4 months old and to answer FatboySlim71 question the fan/s are working. Further to your question FatboySlim71, the laptop can shut down after just 10 minutes. This is why I checked the power settings first, and adjusted them.
I did turn off McAfee when I tested the laptop but it still shut down for no reason I can work out.
There was one little problem with the touch pad in that is was far too sensitive. I adjusted the sensitivity but that isn't the problem as the laptop can still turn off on it's own.
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ventanas, I am thinking down the lines of doing a full reinstall but taking off Vista and installing XP Pro, which my partner and I prefer. I am surprised that the Dell laptop had the similar issues, I have worked with Dell machines for several years now and have never had these issues with them.
sunnystaines, I have suggested that it go back to the shop to my partner, and If I/we cannot fix it then that is the path we will take.
Thanks chub_tor, I will take a look at their support.
For now I will close this thread, thank you all for your input, and I hope the rest of your Christmas is peaceful, and a Happy New Year.
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