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    Honestly, if you're no longer having the issues after reinstalling, it was probably a driver issue. If you gave us the text of the stop code or the minidump file we could probably have helped you more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dukenukemx View Post
    Few things I would do.

    #1 Run CrystalDiskInfo and see the status of your drive. SSDs don't go bad easy, but they do go bad. So run that program to see if there's anything out of place.

    #2 Reinstall Windows. Windows update can break things and this maybe related to that.

    #3 Run memtest86 to see if there's any ram errors.


    Alternatively you can download Linux Mint 18.1 and the boot up menu has memtest86. Also if you really want to see if this is a hardware or software issue, you can try install Linux Mint and see if you have issues shutting down the PC. If you're going to wipe the drive and reinstall Windows, you can do a quick install of Linux Mint to test for stability. Cause if this issue happens to Linux Mint, then you have a hardware issue most likely.
    Already checked SSD, also firmware upgrade etc, he have 99% life still, bought in 2015

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaelleria View Post
    Honestly, if you're no longer having the issues after reinstalling, it was probably a driver issue. If you gave us the text of the stop code or the minidump file we could probably have helped you more.
    Can be that, but i'm really happy now, don't worry

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