Adobe premiere Pro Crashing!! AND Crashing

Hi ,
I have upgraded my Adobe Premiere Pro to latest available version 8.2 but still i am stuck with same crashing issue.
Application just quits randomly. editors are loosing their edit. Any one is having same issue?
below is the system config
Dell 7910 workstation
Dual Intel Xeon Processor E5-2650 v3 (10C, 2.3GHz, Turbo, HT, 25M, 105W)
32G 2133MHz DDR4 (4x8GB) RDIMM ECC
Nvidia Quadro K5200 8GB (2 DP, 2 DL-DVI-I) (2 DP to SL-DVI adapter)

When you purchased the Dell, did you wipe the hard drive and reinstall Windows from scratch?  If not, I do recommend it.  Starting with a clean system often fixes this type of abnormal behavior.

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