The leading causes of this problem have been determined to be problematic third-party applications, network and internet connection issues, and problems with device drivers (which, more often than not, turn out to be GPU drivers).If your Windows 10 computer has been spontaneously crashing and rebooting without any apparent reason following the Creators Update, the following are the most effective solutions that you can use to try and resolve the problem: Download and run Reimage Plus to scan and restore corrupt and missing files from here, once done proceed with the solutions below.
When NVIDIA was informed that a significant amount of their graphics cards’ users who updated their computers to the Windows 10 Creators Update started experiencing an issue where their computers would spontaneously crash and reboot, they developed and released a Hotfix driver for the problem.
A Hotfix driver is NVIDIA’s way of dealing with a vulnerability or problem with the drivers for their NVIDIA GPUs that are causing the user base grief and creating issues.
Once that’s done, simply navigate to the Downloads section of the official website of the manufacturer of your computer’s network adapter and check for the newest version of the drivers available for your specific network adapter.
Check to see whether or not the issue has been fixed as soon as the computer boots up.
Version 382.05 of the drivers for NVIDIA graphics cards are much more compatible with the Windows 10 Creators Update than older versions and don’t cause Windows 10 computers to spontaneously crash and reboot.
To update your NVIDIA GPU’s drivers to version 382.05, you need to: Once the drivers have been installed, simply restart your computer and check to see whether or not the problem has been fixed once it boots up.
It is important to ensure that all system files are intact and not corrupt before proceeding with the solutions below.
Some third-party applications – such as Speccy, Acronis True Image, the Office Hub App and most third-party security programs (antivirus, antimalware and firewall applications) – can clash with Windows 10 post-Creators Update, leading to the user experiencing this problem.
The technology basically reduces the processor’s clock rate and voltage when it is idle to save power.