Ok, it turned out my Dell Laptop had a bad memory chip/card in it which was causing my laptop to Blue Screen. With me being a computer Guru I did a few things to the laptop trying to fix the issue and totally wiped out everything I had on it . So it was off to my brother in law who is an IT guy. He had to re-build the laptop and said I had a bad memory card/chip? so he replaced the memory re-installed Windows Pro 10 and all other software I had on it and all seems to be working fine at the moment. I do understand the laptop is an outdated model along with the CPU and GPU but everything seems to be running OK at the this time.
I have to figure out how to update my Version, Operating System and Graphics Card information on the SketchUp forum.
I did find out I am running a Nvidia Qaudro K2100M graphics card and the CPU is a I7-4810MQ and I have 24GB RAM.
I do appreciate everyone’s advise and help on getting me up and running. I really hope moving forward this laptop will suffice until I learn SketchUp and start doing more advanced models.
I also had him re-download SketchUp the proper way and then I entered my License No. and Authorization Code.
So far SketchUp is running fantastic even with the external screen I have attached to the docking station. I did un-check “use fast feedback” and opened Sketch Up from the “C” drive in administrator mode.
My only question is do I have to open SketchUp in Admin mode everytime or can I just pin SketchUp to the tool bar from this point and not worry about it?