Image Vista HP Desk Top computer crashes.

I like 1 million others have a HP image desk top which freezes at least once a day. Can stop only manually switch off operation. I paid for it professionals focus on the machine and have run all kinds of controls. Hardware checks out and don't know any software problems. MEM. withdraws. Reading a hundred or more complaints of the people and demand to help and do not seem to be many solutions. Also, I have a hp with xp on it and never froze. Does anyone take any responsibility and actually address the issue. Or is there a whole bunch of reasons this computer and like those that freeze, being a matter of mutiple problem. It's a huge pain having this computer freezes all the time. It said check the power, they say, check the mem. sticks. Told driver problems, another software conflict, another says cables from the hard drive, another computer running too hot, the other, problems of register, another card viedo problem, another problem of motherboard. Now why all the xp and older computers had this problem run wild as these most recent have. all of the suggestions.

I have a hp 8core and it would lock up or give me blue screens. at the end of the day, I opened the file and did my house fan 12 inches in the case and it solved the problem. the case of hp, I got one fan and a cooling tower with another; but it is not enough to cool the processor. I bought another one with lots of fans and has the computer placed on the new case. have not had any problems since.

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