Yes, certainly. The machine, Windows 10, is a few years old but still fairly powerful. Processor is "Intel" 3.4 units and the ram is 32. Was thinking heat might be the issue, and the graphics card is very large, so took it out and substituted a smaller one I found in the junk box. Also removed the glass partition on the side of the machine and bought a 20-inch box fan in Walmart that am running on high directly into the works. Also, removed the three spinning hard drives, leaving only the "C," which is a SSD, fairly large, 2 units, and enough for everything in any event. Still nothing! Am trying to think of some other possible fixes. I think in the "bios" there is an option to adjust the voltage or make other tweaks, have not tried yet. Hoping eventually to solve this mystery.