'kay, I'm at my wits end - and since I only have half of them to begin with, I'm in trouble.
Almost without fail, once a day my system will crash, no notice, no BSOD, no nothing - feels like someone pulled the plug.
ESET says that I have no problems; malwarebytes says no malware.
CPUID Hardware monitor shows nothing out of the norm;
CrystalDiskInfo shows no problems (all three drives are running 30°-35°C)
Chkdsk shows no problems on the system drive, the two external are older drives but Crystal still indicates Good.
Windows error log show *nothing* when the system crashes! But after restarting shows:
The last shutdown success status was false. The last boot's success status was true.
The previous system shutdown at 08:36:12 on 04/15/2018 was unexpected.
It appears to be completely program independent; today I was in VS 2017 modifying a program, yesterday I was reading mail (Outlook 365), previously I've been playing solitaire or 0AD, sometimes the system has been idle with Outlook and Google Chrome inactive but up.
Sometimes it crashes within an hour or so of noot, sometimes not until late in the day / evening.
As I said, I'm at a loss ... nothing I've looked at give me any indication of a reason. Check my profile, I'm reasonably computer intelligent.
One possible item to note, I *am* completely off grid with only solar power / battery back up but a clean signal from / through the inverter. I might suspect this if it weren't for the timing of the crash.
I'm open to any decent ideas and / or request for additional information and, of course, suggestions!
Edited by hamluis, 17 April 2018 - 10:47 AM.
Merged posts - Hamluis.