Product: HP Spectre x360 Convertible 15-df1xxx - 8UK98EA#ACQ
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
I bought the HP Spectre x360 Convertible 15-df1 a couple of weeks ago. It has never run into any problems until this week. My laptop froze and then I had to hard reboot it. When it booted up again I got an error message saying Non-HP battery detected even though nothing was changed to the battery ( It is not a removable battery in any case). I got this error a couple of times on every restart. I did a manual BIOS update and it fixed that problem ( I did a couple of restarts and shutdowns just to make sure).
Two days later when I booted my laptop up again I got a BSOD error saying Netwtw08 is the reason. In the report log it says Intel(R) Wi-Fi 6 AX200 160MHz : Has encountered an internal error and has failed. I was unable to log into windows because it happens every time after sign in. I had to boot my laptop in safe mode and re-install all the network drivers and reset all the WIFI settings. This fixed the problem. What I want to know is why did these two errors happen? This is a brand new laptop and also a top of the range one so I wouldn't expect this to happen. I didn't do anything funny that should have resulted in these errors.
Another question, is it normal for the Spectre to run hot. I have read that it gets hot since it is a thin and powerful laptop. I run intensive programs like AutoCad and Solidworks so it gets a little hot but it won't damage my laptop right?