I guess I shouldn't bee too hard on it, as it's been a very good computer for the last five years. Thursday or Friday last week, my computer suddenly stopped functioning. I went to future shop with it, and they diagnosed a hard drive failure. So, they installed a new, larger hard drive and transferred most of my data onto it.. So, I took it home and started loading programs back onto it. As I was loading the printer software, I turned to the printer, but the power cord caught on my knee and started to drag the computer, and my teacup, towards the edge of my desk. I grabbed for the teacup, and for the first time in 30+ years of working with microcomputers, sloshed liquid over the keyboard. It stopped working, not completely at first, but now I can't start it because it asks me to make a choice of starting options, and I can't because the arrow and enter keys, spacebar, the whole lot, don't work. So, I'm letting it continue to dry out, as I don't think it's hit bottom yet, and in a few days I may try an external keyboard, and if that dosen't work, I'll take it back to Future Shop and see what we can do. In the meantime, I'm using my wife's older Dell, that I bought her for Christmas 2011.