I've recently made a clean install of Windows 7 - Pro - 32bit on my laptop. It's much better than Vista if you ask me but you run into a few problems when installing it. Most of them I got fixed, but 2 remain unsolved (until now?) 1. Windows 7 keeps having trouble to shutdown, I simply click "Shut down" in the start menu after which it logs me off and says it's shutting down. As this takes forever, Windows 7 eventually restarts and says that it couldn't properly shutdown. As it restarts and gets to the login screen, I simply click "Shut down" at the login screen and then it shuts down properly. Therefore I suppose that one of the programs present in the RAM memory is causing trouble when I shutdown? Or does anyone has had a similar problem? 2. When I close the lid of my laptop, it has to go in sleep mode. When I open it, the screen remains black allthough I move my mouse and/or press a key. I can hear the laptop accepting my commands and see it's doing stuff, but the screen doesn't want to wake up. I thought this would be a problem with the power management ("allow power management to disable device to save power?") but I couldn't find anything wrong in the device manager at the graphics part. Can anyone help me with one or both of these problems?