my computer freezes up everytime I restart it

I am running win 10 Pro, clean install on an SSD drive.  I just installed win 10, 3 weeks ago.

I just noticed a few days ago, that every time I go to restart my computer, it freezes up when it says "restarting".
I have included a picture of the message.

I do NOT have any restore points as I deleted them today as they were taking up to much space.

What can I do to figure out what is causing this issue?  Any ideas?
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DanNetwork EngineerAsked:
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arnoldCommented:
Freezes meaning, no mouse movement,no HD light flashing, no spinning of the restarting event?

Does windows on restart indicate recovery fromX and .............
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DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
yes, freezes that I can't do cntrl-alt-del, i can't move the mouse, no flashing light, no spinning on the restarting.

After I hold the power button for 10 seconds, the PC shuts down.  Then I power it back on, and there's no error message or asking me if I want to go into recovery or anything like that, it seems to boot normally.
arnoldCommented:
Hmm, try when booted look at the devices and see if there is a update.  

Is this a recent systemic older model I.e. The OS finishes the
What happens if you shutdown, then power up?

Presumably you waited a bit before giving up on the restart, 5 -10 minutes?
Realize, thatittakes with ssd 10-15 seconds to boot patience might be running thin on waiting to restart.
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Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
Have you checked to see if any updates have been applied?
If you had updates and they were applying in the background and you powered off the computer you may have an issue.

What happens if you boot up in safe mode.

run this twice  from elevated cmd prompt SFC  /scannow
ivan rosaCommented:
is your RAM sufficient enough? is your hardware old enough? have you tried the HOME version?

Run a linux distro from a USB
http://www.ubuntu.com/

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       If works great
               hardware might not be compatible or sufficient to handle WIN10
        else
              your hardware might be bad, | do a diagnostics on RAM and HDD
             
http://www.memtest86.com/

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http://crystalmark.info/download/index-e.html

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nobusCommented:
this can be caused by the bios - check if there is a bios update
also - check if there is a firmware update for the SSD

i would also test if it happens in safe mode also
DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
The computer is brand new, well, about a month old.
It's a fairly beefy workstation, it's a dell workstation 58xx.
It has a Intel Xeon 6c processor, 3.5 ghz, 32 gb ECC ram, 500 gb Samsung evo with nand technology SSD HD, and and AMD 2 GB video card.

The hardware should be more then plenty to run Windows 10.
About 2 weeks ago, I downloaded the newest video card driver, so that's up to date.

I'll try some of the suggestions mentioned and get back to everyone in a few hours.
DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
So I ran the sfc /scannow and it found corrupt files.

"windows resource protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them"

Is there a command to force windows to fix them?
Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
Restart do a system restore
DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
I do not have any system restores, I deleted all the system restores because they were taking up a lot of space.

Is there no other command to fix the corrupted files?
Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
I meant from the boot options

see this shows you how

http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/2294-advanced-startup-options-boot-windows-10-a.htm

HTH
DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
all windows updates installed successfully
DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thanks everyone for your input, I did a chkdsk /x /f /r
Then rebooted, and then shutdown and after that, it seems to have fixed it, as I did a restart twice, and it did NOT freeze up.
DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys.
Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
Glad you have it working
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