Thank you John for your response. However, you made reference to a LAPTOP, but I have an All in One desktop. Would your suggestion apply to a desktop? Although, because it’s wireless, it may have something to do with the power supply issue as well. I’m conservative when it comes to resources like brightness, etc.
As a note, this morning I couldn’t get the PC to load from a shut down status, but the power came on. What I did was unplug the power USB, got my compressed air can, sprayed to clean inside and voila, the PC started. By the way, this computer is only a month old! Now I’m waiting to see when my monitor will go partially black. If it continues, this PC will be returned!