I don't have the money to buy the ups before Christmas... Jun 8, 2014 at 7:49 AM #24 SethKnows Joined: Mar 1, 2014 Messages: 137 (0.13/day) Thanks Received: 5 System Specs Processor: I7-4770K Motherboard: Asrock z87 OC Formula Cooling: NZXT Kraken x60 Rules Posts consisting only of a title/link will be deleted. So far the rig don't crash anymore when the heating is off. Check This Out
No, create an account now. Power loss should not occure if game suddenly wants more power for the graphic card. Good luck! I never was able to track down exactly what the cause was because I changed so many things.
Booted into safe mode and found Norton Internet Security 2011 back in programs so I uninstalled it and booted back into Windows 7 so far so good. Support that violates other's privacy, or breaks terms and agreements is not allowed. So I give it a try and since then no more crashes...
the problem now occur at least once or twice per day while gaming marssienDec 11, 2014, 10:08 PM I've got the same error ID 41, task 63. Not sure if it's a driver issue, or something hardware related. Stoked it was that simple as it was frustrating to say the least! Kernel Power Event 41 Task 63 Windows 10 I reinstalled my gpu drivers and cleaned them out using driver sweeper, it worked for awhile but I just had another one.
I was building my rig at that time, but didn't had the money for the GPU (I postponed the purchase for a few months), so the PSU was running with really Kernel-power Windows 10 changed RAMs2. Jun 6, 2014 at 2:26 AM #7 Urlyin Senior Moderator Joined: Aug 17, 2004 Messages: 2,352 (0.52/day) Thanks Received: 141 Do you have Samsung Magician installed? Wähle deine Sprache aus.
Learn more You're viewing YouTube in German. http://windowsreport.com/kernel-power-41-error-windows-10/ Thanks for all the replies guys. Kernel-power 41 Windows 7 Did u change ur PSU? Kernel Power Event 41 Task 63 Installed Avast and got BSOD Kernel Power ID 41 restarts.
i also overprovisioned the power by 100-150W.mine started problems after a year of use My PSU had the problems since the very beginning. http://webdtools.com/windows-7/how-to-perform-a-clean-boot-to-troubleshoot-a-problem-in-windows-vista-windows-7-or-windows-8.html Same problem for over a year now, tried every possible solution. Either there is a batch of faulty CPUs or motherboards (perhaps a BIOS settings issue) or an annoying drivers or software issue (can it be microsoft updates?). Got it! Kernel Power Windows 7
It worked in Feb-March, then I boxed it up when I sold that pc to use it until I went sli with 780 ti's. Retest.• Change the fuse in the wall plug or try a different cable between power supply and wall socket. There's no way it can be software, right? http://webdtools.com/windows-7/windows-7-and-power-dvd-7-3.html Thanks for all the help guys.
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Check for any over heating Then deal with windows after your are positive there is no hardware problems. These were given to me by a employee of microsoft help center but these certainly did not work for me. So i'm not so sure its a power issue. Event Id 6008 solved No BSOD but Kernel-Power error ID 41 event viewer causing random restarts Random restarts: Event 41, Kernel-Power (critical error) random crashes: event id 41, task category 63.
i also overprovisioned the power by 100-150W.mine started problems after a year of use adycopiluAug 1, 2013, 11:37 AM sobamonster42 said: adycopilu said: same problem here, new rig, no temp problem, I first I was tinking of the Intel RST software causing issues because just before the crash/black screen it seem to stop working so I uptate the apps, in fact I All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get http://webdtools.com/windows-7/driver-power-state-failure-windows-7-0x0000009f.html The problem occurs randomly, sometimes 3 days apart, sometimes back to back in the same day.I noticed that at the exact same time I receive these kernel errors, I also receive
Read More Monty1Jun 10, 2014, 12:36 AM Hi Event 41 on the Microsoft website states the most likely cause of a sudden shutdown/restart is a faulty psu so try another from Instead of restarting my computer just hard carshes to the point where everything freezes. products resources support company english français deutsch български 中文 台灣 čeština dansk nederlands suomi ελληνικά magyar italiano 日本語 norsk polski português русский español svenska If it is related to power, could it be my surge protector?
still happens shit loads of time...LE: it turns out to be the PSU. David SargentDec 6, 2014, 1:57 PM Jeff Gravel said: have the same problem, computer is on 24 on 24, I just check the event viewer for the first time and the I read somewhere RAMs are more "sensitive" with WIN 7. Similar story here.
I am Lost.The PC works fine until you start watch youtube or some kind of video. so the problem was your surge protector? There may be insufficient information to explicitly define what happened. If you would like to be considered for trusted flair, please fill out the /r/techsupport trusted status application at http://goo.gl/forms/Od6G6KFxJj .
Multiple Directx errors that cause a game crash. This is really easy to do, but it takes a couple of different steps.