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PC crash multiple times

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Nothing has changed whilst I was away for a week or so, not even any Windows updates or LR updates that I was aware of, but on my return I open LR on the desktop, use the healing tool a minor amount - and the PC freezes completely - cannot open Task Manager or access anything - its turn PC off by holding power button in, and start it again - this happened 3 times in a row yesterday. Then today after a little bit of healing it crashed again. Before I went away I was merging panoramas & HDRs without any issues. Could it be a graphics card issue? I have NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 and it seems to be 7-8 years old, as is the PC. Is it time for a new PC? Any thoughts welcome.
 
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If it’s reproducible, see if you can have the Task Manager running first so you can see what’s happening. Also, the system logs may have info.
plenty of room on all 3
Nothing has changed whilst I was away for a week or so, not even any Windows updates or LR updates that I was aware of, but on my return I open LR on the desktop, use the healing tool a minor amount - and the PC freezes completely - cannot open Task Manager or access anything - its turn PC off by holding power button in, and start it again - this happened 3 times in a row yesterday. Then today after a little bit of healing it crashed again. Before I went away I was merging panoramas & HDRs without any issues. Could it be a graphics card issue? I have NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 and it seems to be 7-8 years old, as is the PC. Is it time for a new PC? Any thoughts welcome.
Check if any of your drives are running out of space or above say 80% full.

Creating the panoramas may have consumed a lot of temp disk space.
plenty of room on all 3 drives - thanks
 
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If it’s reproducible, see if you can have the Task Manager running first so you can see what’s happening. Also, the system logs may have info.
I have never seen system logs - have looked up how - at time of crashes >”Error - Source=DistributedCOM - Event 10016” - web search suggests this is a common windows problem - but solution suggests Registry changes - that’s beyond my ability! Why now???
 
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My suggestion of looking a live Task Manager does not assume it's a drive problem. It's to see if you can catch which resource may be associate with the issue.
So here’s a screenshot of the task manager next time it crashed, all I was doing was looking at a photo full screen. It just seems to show that Lightroom is using lots of the resources, but not all of them. Any thoughts?
 

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