So, I had just spent a great deal of time setting up and moving into my All-In-One computer.
I was starting to notice that at various intervals it would freeze and then restart. I’m not talking about: freeze, give the blue screen of death and restart windows.
I’m talking about freeze and restart as if someone hit the reset button or turned the computer off and then on again.
Now, with Windows 10, I haven’t noticed it shaking its finger at me telling me “Windows was not shut down properly last time.”
So, I don’t know if it doesn’t do that anymore or what, I just noticed that at various times, even if it was just sitting there, the system would reset.
My best guess (other than a hardware issue) is that this computer does not like the
AC power coming from my cheap inverter.
It may be the fact that I would have to buy a better, more expensive “True Sine Wave Inverter.”
In essence a power inverter (a thing that changes battery power to AC power) but does it in a way that is closer to what actual “natural” AC power looks like.
My All-In-One may be fine when I get to the property and can have it hooked up to better AC power.
For now, my All-In-One is just not suited for my lifestyle for a few reasons. For one, it is a pain in the ass to setup and put away.
For another it has no internal battery, so I have to run it on an inverter, and the power issue seems to be an issue (I will confirm this theory over my Christmas Break, as I will have real AC power at the campground).
I was going to push off buying anything new, but with all of the “Black Friday Sales, that seemed to be silly . . . that and I was going to miss my target anyways.
I looked at a few laptops and found one I liked that was expensive and way too much computer for what I need . . . but it was sweet.
I settled on one that was on sale, a good computer but not too crazy in power or settings. I insisted on getting at least a 500 gig SSD drive.
This is what I got . . .
For you nosy nosersons, here is the sticker (so you can look up the model yourself]
Anyways, I will pay it off next payday (on the 7th) and continue moving forward with my savings plan regardless.
I use my computer a great deal and a laptop is better suited to my lifestyle.
As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive and keep moving forward!