Got this HP laptop new 3 months ago, and already having problems with it as of yesterday, the graphic or video card is on it's way out? My screen went completely yellow yesterday with thousands of little white diamond shapes all over the screen, then it froze, had to take battery out to start it again, then got the bad shutdown page offering to start windows normally or in safe mode etc, since then have had the page full of squiggly lines, other colours etc, really peeing me off. Entered in safe mode when it happened numerous times again after that, did a system restore to Dec 23rd, not like that would help, and updated driver for video/graphics card from the device manager, they all seem ok, but still every now and again, screen goes black for about 2 seconds, then comes back on really bright, and I get a message in my bottom menu saying: "Display driver stopped responding and has recovered. Display driver AMD driver stopped responding and has succesfully recovered" - See message at bottom of screen here: Done all the usual virus and malware scans and there's nothing bad on my machine Now, on this laptop it has a "HP quick view" function, that's where as soon as I turn the laptop on, a page opens before I login to Windows, where I can go online before Windows actually starts, been using this for the past hour or so and no problems at all with graphics or computer shutting down etc, so I'm thinking it must be something to do with Windows itself to be causing the graphics to fail, otherwise I would still be getting the graphics errors even in quick view, no? So my question is, I have an old copy of Linux on CD, if I was to install that, presumably that would wipe Windows from my computer and install it's own graphics operation stuff, and in doing so, stop the errors I'm getting?