Thanks guys for the input. I did run the ePSA Diagnostics test which failed to detect that one of my sticks of RAM had gone bad. Actually what clued me into that I had a bad piece of RAM is that out of desperation, and naivety I upgraded from 7 to 10 to see if that would stabilize my system. It did not, but when Windows 10 attempted to repair from a boot, it flashed a message about "non-executable memory module" before crashing. I replaced all my RAM with new RAM a week ago, and my Aurora has not had a single issue yet. In fact she's working faster and lighter than ever before.