Any ideas about this strange one with a 2016 MBP. When going to setup Windows 10 via the Boot Camp assistant, I was told there were disk errors which needed fixed before it could be partitioned. Those errors could only be fixed by booting in to Recovery Mode, running Disk Utility within MacOS wouldn't work. I had to do this a couple of times before Boot Camp would install. Having got Windows 10 installed, we set it up to run a program which has been perfectly stable on an identical build of Win10 on a PC. However, after a while, it would start to reboot at totally random times. On checking the event log, there's critical events in there relating to Power and also the HDD. Google isn't proving to be much help as there's tales of Win10 rebooting randomly going back a couple of years and some of the error numbers and messages are quite generic and seem to bring up lots of different suggestions as to what's wrong. I'm wondering though if the HDD messages in Event Viewer are linked to the macOS errors about the disk and that Win10 isn't as stable as macOS, hence the reboots whereas macOS is able to deal with whatever issues are going on. Has anyone seen anything similar? Short of taking it in to Apple, any ideas what else to check? Thanks!