Posted 17 April 2017 - 03:56 PM
Was this a completely new build?
If so, you may want to run some memory tests and burn-in/benchmarks to see if everything (hardware) is solid. I used to build professionally - sometimes you get lemon parts that will spit out random errors/freezes/crashes/etc - best to catch those early and get items RMA'd before it is too late! Make sure everything is seated properly, etc.
Searching online should show you some bootable utilities to play on in a live environment. Otherwise, trying to re-install after a MD5 checksum your install media may not be a bad idea. Be sure to use a quality thumb drive/flash drive to install from as well, as cheapo media can cause issues sometimes.
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