Posted 13 August 2009 - 04:41 PM
Sure. Windows has a set of reporting tools that monitor what is happening with your system. If you go into the start menu, then right click on "Computer", then select Manage, the Windows Management window will open. If you look on the left side, you will see a tree menu. Open up the Event Viewer, and click on "Applications and Logs". It will take a few moments to populate. Once it does, then you can click on "Hardware events". See if anything shows up there. If not, go to Windows Logs and check under System and Application. If there is nothing there, go to the device manager (further down on the left side) See if there are any devices marked there as being a problem.