Windows 10: What should I look for, new computer sudden shut down!

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  1.    23 Feb 2017 #11

    OK.. .I'm trying to get this chkdsk :C /f /r and I'm not having any luck. Please be more specific as I don't know about this stuff very much. I've typed into the command prompt that very line... I get feedback that it's not valid input so I'll just wait for some help. I've made sure that I'm running as Admin by selecting the prompt and holding down the CTRL + SHIFT key and hitting Enter. Same feedback from the prompt
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  2.    23 Feb 2017 #12

    Also, the SSD is a Samsung. I see no way to access new drivers on their website as it's all mixed in with home appliances. There isn't even a section that I can find for driver updates. Their site is a bit of a mess actually!
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       23 Feb 2017 #13

    Mistyped, shoud be: chkdsk /r /f C:
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  4.    23 Feb 2017 #14

    ramwolff,when you access Reliability History,could you please RIGHT click on "check for a solution",which should then give you a panel which includes "VIEW TECH DETAILS".Then left click on that and you will then get a list of data.The line entitled "Bucket ID"is the one you want.Copy it[ctrl+c],then paste it into your web browser for a search.It should present a Microsoft TechNet address for that problem,plus many others e.g. Toms hardware etc.There are many variables involved,but one solution posted may match yours.
    NEVER bother with the "check for a solution" link,if there was a solution available then there shouldn't be a problem.
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  5.    24 Feb 2017 #15

    topgundcp said: View Post
    Mistyped, shoud be: chkdsk /r /f C:
    Thanks but still can't get past the "You do not have permission" notice. Considering it's my system and I AM the admin I need to know how to tell the command prompt that. Help?
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  6.    24 Feb 2017 #16

    joeandmarg0 said: View Post
    ramwolff,when you access Reliability History,could you please RIGHT click on "check for a solution",which should then give you a panel which includes "VIEW TECH DETAILS".Then left click on that and you will then get a list of data.The line entitled "Bucket ID"is the one you want.Copy it[ctrl+c],then paste it into your web browser for a search.It should present a Microsoft TechNet address for that problem,plus many others e.g. Toms hardware etc.There are many variables involved,but one solution posted may match yours.
    NEVER bother with the "check for a solution" link,if there was a solution available then there shouldn't be a problem.
    Thank you. This is what I got from the Explorer.exe crash:

    Description
    Faulting Application Path: C:\Windows\explorer.exe

    Problem signature
    Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
    Application Name: Explorer.EXE
    Application Version: 10.0.14393.479
    Application Timestamp: 58258a90
    Fault Module Name: BCShellEx64.dll
    Fault Module Version: 4.0.0.18670
    Fault Module Timestamp: 00000000
    Exception Code: c0000005
    Exception Offset: 0000000000017b9f
    OS Version: 10.0.14393.2.0.0.256.48
    Locale ID: 1033
    Additional Information 1: a0cc
    Additional Information 2: a0cc9645eba58770f87bb55284e10d5d
    Additional Information 3: 16ff
    Additional Information 4: 16ff0c947ba0b7244f269635d811226a

    Extra information about the problem
    Bucket ID: f5b3facc20e499ca207c91f5477b1ae4 (120656521636)


    The other unexpected shut down doesn't give any info:

    Problem: Windows was not properly shut down.
    Description:
    The previous system shutdown at 4:13:07 PM on ‎2/‎23/‎2017 was unexpected.
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  7.    24 Feb 2017 #17

    OK... found a page on the web that helped me get the Command Prompt running as Admin.

    • Click Start.
    • In the Start Search box, type cmd, and then press CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER.
    • If the User Account Control dialog box appears, confirm that the action it displays is what you want, and then click Continue.

    C: drive is locked or something so scheduled that for when I reboot the computer. Right now checking my D: drive as it's a drive I have allot of my work on and it is a couple of years old so want to make sure. That's being checked while I'm in Windows as it's not locked (or what ever).
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  8.    24 Feb 2017 #18

    OK. Checking in. The D and C drives all check out fine. I ran a check on the CPU too. That seems to be fine. I'm currently running a check on the GPU but not sure what I'm supposed to gather from this checker. It's from EVGA and since I'm running a NVIDIA card from them I guess it's the right thing to do.

    The strangeness of all of this is it's happening when I run render from one of my 3D apps. I've watched movies with no issue. Normal, everyday things like browser, youtube and using explorer to navigate around the system seems fine, even working in ZBrush to do my 3D work seems OK but when I'm doing a test render for a character skin or lighting tests... black screen, system off very very suddenly. So to ME it's pointing to the GPU since most of those processes are being used through iRay which uses the GPU's CUDA cores and the cards built in RAM.
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