Sucks TC-710 with Windows 10 random freeze

I bought an Acer Aspire TC-710 last week and it is locking up randomly and requires a stop hard to bring it back.

I have updated all the drivers that were available on the support with the exception of the BIOS ACER site. I ran also all the updates of windows and the problem persists.

I saw a post here saying that the solution was a BIOS update, but I don't see how it's possible, given that the computer boots perfectly. I'll reach out to the person who had the udpated BIOS to see what it was also updated. My current version of BIOS is 2015-11-10, and the latest version is 2015-12-07 so not a lot of change...

* As a kicker, he is the second ACER Aspire TC-710, I bought this problem. One, I went on the assumption that it was a bad piece of memory/ram, but the chances of that happening twice are difficult to quantify.

Any help solving this is greatly appreciated!

Apparently the BIOS update will solve the problem of gel.  Keep in mind, the date of the BIOS are looking into the information system.  These dates on the site are just posting dates.

https://community.Acer.com/T5/aspire-desktops/brand-new-TC-710-keeps-freezing-have-to-do-a-hard-shut...

1. right click on the button to start Windows

2. left click on run

3. type msinfo32

4. click on ok

There is a freezing problem for people who use SSDS and disks HARD with Windows 10 anniversary. It is a problem that is independent of Microsoft.  But I don't think it's your problem.  I think you should update the BIOS for your problem of gel.

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