bob16314I can say with near certainty that it's not something wrong with Precision X1, and that it is something like a conflicting program/app/driver/etc., or something with Windows itself.If you haven't yet, you should Perform a Clean Boot and see if the problem still occurs.If it's fixed, then run msconfig again and begin enabling Services until you hit on what's doing it..Enabling Services in groups of 5 will save you some time, rather than enabling them individually and restarting..If it's something in the group of 5, then begin narrowing it down from there.If still no joy, begin disabling Windows Services that are Running..Click Status at the top of Services to group Running (or Stopped) Services together..Then begin disabling in the same manner and see if you hit on something there.It might be something just wonky with Windows and you can Create a New Partition (or another drive) to install a fresh copy of Windows on (if you have the required free drive space) without affecting your current install..Then see if it's fixed.It all might seem intimidating or complicated if you've never done advanced troubleshooting like that, but it's pretty easy peasy although somewhat time consuming.See also: How to Refresh Windows 10 (the final solution)Good luck with it.
HoggleWe shouldn't say it's nothing wrong with X1 what we should be focused on is getting system specs and making sure windows is updated for him. While something can be rock solid for others it just takes that one random hardware setup for a program to crash when it's solid for others. At that point a company can blame the other hardware company for a driver issue or they can try to work around it and see if it can be fixed on their end.
sparetimepcI have absolutely no problems with px1 at all
the_Scarlet_oneI would also like to note that the OP hasn’t answered any questions, and we still have no idea what they even meant for sure, so a huge laundry list of tasks to complete that may not even be relevant is a foreign concept to me.