Full title: how do you guys check for potential damage on certain parts of your laptop/desktop PC?
To put it short, my laptop might have a problem that whenever I turn it on at first try it will stuck on booting (when the screen is all black), so I have to force shutdown it and then I turn it on again and now it works
But there's more actually, my brother tried to play some game (CoD Advanced Warfare if I'm not wrong) and he reported that some colors which are supposed to be yellow, gold and red were all appeared blueish instead, what do you guys think that might be the problem? is it related to the first problem above? I know I've heard that if a computer had to be shut down by force you have to wait for 2-5 minutes before you can turn it on again or the harddisk will get damaged, does this apply to graphic processors too? I mean I'm using a secondhand laptop here, the only one working and the whole family will use when there's something that requires to be done with a PC
The last time I checked my disk's health with CrystalDiskInfo it was just good, I'm not sure what else that could be the problem, I suspect it's either W10's fault or the recent Nvidia driver update since I've heard of people who encountered problems after updating theirs (dunno if it actually affected laptops as well, I only check for updates once a month)
I'd like to hear any suggestions from you guys, thanks before!