First of all, thank you very much for spending some of your time on this thread
Forgive me, i don’t understand how to use multiple quotes !
@acedragon: no i haven’t experienced anything like this.
My original train of thought is, that if my system is working perfectly fine the way it is why would i let windows update ( not upgrade) and change elements of my system that could disrupt the stability of my system ?
What can a windows update offer to a stable system?
@Tryder :My hardware is less than 3 years old [ gtx 780 , i7 4770k, platinum psu, high quality mother board], I had to replace the motherboard after 1 year, but i think it was a factory problem wich is statistically speaking highly unlikely, “just had really bad luck”, the mother board wasn’t giving me a physical error code, it was just dead and i got a total refund and since then no problem.
I suspect that currently i either have
-a sofware problem, and i will try to reinstall my OS (Is there a way to back everything up so that i dont have to relicense and reinstall the many softwares i need for University ?)
-an hardisk/ssd problem (yes my computer was vibrating abit more recently meaning i should have tighten the screws, and looked at the connections which i didnt do. I live in a 300 year old house with floors that can easily vibrate making it worse). My disk had to be checked for consistency on a recent boot. I i had to bet i would say its one of my harddisks failing.
My computer freezes now randomly, it freezes faster when doing more complicated task (youtube videos), but also freeze after awhile when doing nothing (not even related to idle mode sinc i turned it off)
Anyways i don’t have enough time to solve it now since its exam season (master civil engineering) it will have to wait a couple weeks.