I just purchased an Asus Model ZX50VW-BHI7N10 gaming computer from best buy. It came with Windows 10, Intel Core I7, 8GB Memory, 1TB hard drive, NVIDIA GTX 900M graphics card, and DVD RW drive. The graphics card keeps crashing. I took it to best buy to have them look at it or exchange it and they no longer sell that computer. I know nothing about computers except that they always seem to die on me and when the guy found out what type of graphics card it had he kind of made a face. Are there a lot of known problems with these graphics cards. From what i could tell online the NVIDIA seemed to be one of the better graphics cards. I have not yet contacted ASUS or spoken to best buy about a price for replacing the graphics card because I wanted to do some research and get some opinions first. At this point I'm going to be using it for computer games like Sims and Nancy Drew, Rosetta Stone, Netflix, and Hulu, Microsoft office, and may try to checkout online gaming. I purchased this one over another Asus that had 6GB memory, Intel Core I5 and 1TB hard drive that did not have a DVD-RW drive since it was only $50 more for the better system. I could really use help deciding if I should just return this or pursue trying to get the graphics card replaced by either Asus or Best Buy. I only paid $850 for it and really don't want to go much higher. I could use some opinions/help should I replace the graphics card on this computer or find another one. If I should get another one, any tips on a brand, model, laptops to get. I kind of want to steer away from Toshiba and dell. any help would be greatly appreciated. One more problem I'm having I had my brother do the setup and put a password on it for whatever reason neither I or the Best Buy guy could with the password written down could access this computer. My brother can type it in just fine and get in. Is there some kind of keystroke thing where if you don't match the way the password was put in that it won't let you in.