I can't offer a solution for this problem, but I can suggest a workaround. If you disable Monitor Sleep, you should avoid seeing this issue. To set this up, press Start, then Settings, then System, then Power & Sleep and then set Screen to Never.
Hope this helps. Again, this is only a workaround.
Problem is worst now os frezzes almost as soon as i log on and right now i can't even access the bios im starting to think that this really is a hardware problem my next step was to try to reinstall windows but as soon as it gets to the 34% it undo all changes and tells me that it can't install windows
I agree; this is starting to look like a hardware problem. If you are still in time and can return the unit for replacement through your place of purchase, I suggest that you do so. If not, you will need to do an RMA swap with Intel.
If the latter is necessary, you need to contact Intel directly to set this up. Here is contact information, by geography:
You can also do this via the chat service (here: Intel Customer Support Chat Service), but this it offered in English only and I believe is subject to business hours for the Pacific timezone.
Hope this helps,