Thank you, thank you.
Will it hurt my cred if I admit I was on the web briefly today at work looking at systems? I was
hard about throwing in the towel, lol. (yeah and the computer out the window)
Likewise though, you have my undying gratitude for sticking it out with me. I couldn't have done it without you, and I never would have tried without your encouragement. You are the best! It's so amazing to find helpful, friendly and patient people who are here donating their time to help those of us who are technically-challenged. Thanks will never be enough.
Security Center is installed, no problems with that either, although I'm afraid to say that out loud. I have to be out of town on business tomorrow, unless we get more snow and freezing rain tonight. If I go, I likely won't be back until Thursday evening. So I'll let the 'puter rest and recover while I'm gone, then surf a bit when I get back and let you where things stand.
A thought or two, if you don't mind. This system is used a lot for gaming, about 15 months with Guild Wars, and then World of Warcraft since Christmas. Never had any problems with either. The night before the blue screens started, I installed a WOW expansion pack. With millions of people playing, I trust WOW enough, but wondered if something in the expansion didn't get along with something in the system. I kinda, sorta, maybe think I got a blue screen several weeks ago, just one time. Restarted and never saw it again until last week. If so, it would mean the expansion and wow in general wasn't even installed yet. Do you think there could be a relationship?
I feel very reluctant to install either game again, but that is one of the big reasons we bought it.
Thank you! Kristi