Macbook Pro Retina 15 late 2013 won't turn on after being sleep

I've been having the an issue with my macbook pro retina 15 late 2013 that I bought 2 weeks ago. After a long time of being slept when I try to turn it on, it won't. I press the power button several times and nothing happens, after a long time of trying then it turns on. and I get the message that the machine turn off because of an error but nothing else. I think that's not ok for such an expensive laptop. I had the first version of the macbook pro retina display and never had an issue like this even though I install a lot of apps from app store and third party apps also. I was running parallels with 3 microsoft windows os and never had an issue like this. In this case I haven't installed anything on my new macbook pro besides parallels and the windows seven os. So I don't know if I should take it to the apple store maybe they could change it for another one I don't know.
Does anyone have the same problem?
sorry for my english

Well I have this problem too, do you get a message saying 'an error has occured please press a button to restart' or something similar when you just brosing the internet or watching a movie.
P.S I use safari and QT.

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