Ok, list out your specs.
The minimum specs are:
OS: Windows 7 64-bit.
INTEL CPU: Core 2 Duo E6600.
AMD CPU: Athlon 64 X2 6400.
SYSTEM RAM: 4GB.
NVIDIA VIDEO CARD: GeForce GTX 560.
ATI VIDEO CARD: Radeon HD 5770.
VIDEO MEMORY: 1GB.
HARD DRIVE: 50GB.
Another route to see if you can run Evolve is to use this site:
If you see 1 or 2 green checks, that means you can run the game. If not, then it means the opposite; you can’t. Thus, meaning Evolve shouldn’t have been what crashed your pc.
As for fixing windows, if it won’t boot you either need to search the crash code or reinstall widows (or use a backup/restore point). Usually when my system crashes it’s due to an overclocking failure, and so I stop my overclocking (by setting it to the default speed), restart, then the next time I turn my PC on I re-enable the overclocking.
Unfortunately there is little any of us can do to help if you don’t give us some information on what went wrong.
Edit: upon searching what the white lines meant, it seems like it could be a Graphics Card problem (maybe drivers weren’t up to date?).
It’s a driver issue with the recent Intel Graphics Driver. Just rollback to the previous update and disable automatic updates and it will work just fine. Mine started yesterday as well with the colored stripes after I opened my lid but by going back to the previous update for the driver, it worked normally again.
according to https://community.acer.com/en/discussion/527640/aspire-r14-white-blue-vertical-stripes-when-i-open-the-laptop-screen-from-sleep-mode-windows-10
This really looks like hardware failure to me. I’ve seen similar things when a video card fails or begins to fail. Try using a different video card to see if the issue persists. Make sure your power supply is rated to handle your video card and everything else in your system.
If it’s a power hiccup it’s possible your system may have been damaged because of it.
If it persists - did you recently update the UEFI BIOS? If so, perhaps it’s not properly initializing the chipset or video card, or there is some issue with ACPI. See if there’s another update or if you can revert to an earlier version (not likely). Bad RAM or other hardware like a PCI-E/PCI card could also be a culprit.
a la: https://superuser.com/questions/533360/windows-8-shows-orange-screen-with-white-stripes-on-boot
Hopefully one of these videos can help: