Hello @sasres !
It looks like a software related issue. I will recommend you to boot your machine into recovery mode and try to restore your system from its last restore point.
For example, by default windows 10 automatically creates a restore point before you make any changes to the system settings or install or uninstall a program.
Just google how to boot your machine into the recovery. I can suggest you to disrupt the boot process as many times as you can (for example - turning off the machine forcibly while it loading the system). This should bring up the recovery window.
Then you get to the recovery (Windows 10) you’ll see a blue screen - Select Troubleshoot - Advanced options - System restore. You’ll see the list of available restore points. Look at the dates and choose the point when the system was functioning normally and try to restore.