Hello there, we need to verify the integrity of your file system. What I'd like you to do is get to your desktop, and open a browser.
Let's navigate and follow along to this link here: http://www.tekrevue.com/tip/how-to-scan-fix-hard-drives-with-chkdsk-in-windows-8/
You may also find this video easier to follow : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ACiT3GMcNs
This will repair and replace any corrupt files in your Windows system ... If this does not fix it, let me know we'll need to look at verifying the integrity of your actual hard drive as that could be failing too.
Let's try getting you to the desktop. Hitting the start button (windows logo) and then this PC. You should see local disk c: if you right click that and go to properties do you see a tools tab?
Okay that's good. And sorry for my delay, it was a very rough work week and my daughter (8 months) has been sick. If you go back to my computer / this PC right click C: go to properties then hardware, does it say WD or ST##### ***** need to try to identify if it's a seagate or western digital hard drive (or other brand)
Interesting... It sounds like it could still be an issue with Windows... Would you be okay or willing to revert back to Windows 8.1??? Or did this problem persist within windows 8.1 as well? Might be something in the chipset of your computer that doesn't like 10.