[SOLVED] 86400 crashes

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As much as twice a week my PC crashes. Not a big deal, but as many i am working from home. I lose data and time.

Here is what is in event viewer:

The EventSystem sub system is suppressing duplicate event log entries for a duration of 86400 seconds. The suppression timeout can be controlled by a REG_DWORD value named SuppressDuplicateDuration under the following registry key: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\EventSystem\EventLog.

That was the only event of any kind at the moment of the crash.

I am running win 10 pro 64. The remote my company uses is Citrix desktop.

I did a google search, but much of the info is well above my head. Can anyone tell me in plain speak?

Any ideas?

edit: The PC crashes, restarts.

Update 2/3/21: The 86400 issue had slowed, so i wasnt worried about it. Recently it is happening more often. This morning, i had a "insert boot disk" message. I move my M.2 to another channel and it booted. Moved it back and it booted. When i looked at the event viewer it had the 86400 message.

Update, SOLVED: Early last week i updated by bios from F3 to F12 for another reason. Over 10 days and no 86400 crash.

specs:
Gigabyte B550 AORUS MASTER F3 F12 bios | Ryzen 5 3600 4.2Ghz | Thermaltake 240mm water 3.0 | XFX 5700 6G | Patriot PVS416G400C9K 32Gb DDR 4000Mhz 1.35v 19-19-19-39 | 1Tb WD Black M2 NVME | 500Gb Crucial M2 NVME | Thermaltake 850w Toughpower 72A 12v rail | Fractal Design 7 case | Win 10 Pro 64
 
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The EventSystem sub system is suppressing duplicate event log entries for a duration of 86400 seconds. The suppression timeout can be controlled by a REG_DWORD value named SuppressDuplicateDuration under the following registry key:
HKLM\Software\Microsoft\EventSystem\EventLog.

means - It states that an application is attempting to record several identical events. In order to prevent a possible performance degradation because of this, the system is supressing the logging of these events for the time interval specified (usually 86400 seconds or 24 hours). The other events recorded before this one should provide some clues about the actual problem.

https://kb.eventtracker.com/evtpass/evtpages/EventId_4625_EventSystem_63363.asp

what shows before crash? often event viewer won't tell you much of anything, especially if there is a kernel event 41(63) without a bugcheck code attached, as then windows might not know.
 

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The 86400 issue had slowed, so i wasnt worried about it. Recently it is happening more often. This morning, i had a "insert boot disk" message. I move my M.2 to another channel and it booted. Moved it back and it booted. When i looked at the event viewer it had the 86400 message.

Regarding the last reply, usually there isn't a message prior to the 86400 event.
 
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