Windows 10: Power Kernel 41 Error, During Gaming, Possibly Software?
that is some good news, I have sent my motherboard for RMA too as I think that is faulty. and I am 80% sure of that as I have eliminated any prolems caused by gpu,psu,case,rams,hdd .
hopefully will receive some answers from technical team
I have been having the same issue, I have tried using a new PSU it made the time between reboots longer but that is it. Can anyone help me out?
Are you overclocking?
Well I have overclocked the GPU after the problem started, but it made no difference.
N17 dizzi said:
If you are able to I would try to pay to get the problem professionally diagnosed. When I was having issues, the diagnostics test would turn up no issues but once I sent it in to be repaired, the problem was discovered very quickly during their own diagnostics testing as a bad motherboard. This specific issue seems to be caused by different components for different people, so theres really no sense in buying a new psu or ram or motherboard unless you know for sure which one is the problem. I almost went out and bought new ram and psu for mine and was briefly convinced I had shitty power in my condo wall outlets from reading this forum until it was finally discovered to be the mb, and it's run 100% perfect since.
Yeah I have taken it back to the store where I bought it, because they also do repairs and they have said there is no problem with the components.
I dont think its the components.
I tried everything also.After having no problem what so ever on win 7.After i upgraded to win 10 hell starts.
update bios/ memtest /prime95 /reinstall/fastboot off etc/ format 6-8 times/ adjust voltage./timing ram/driver verifier.List goes on.
But if you try using live cd Ubunto , it do not crash at all.
I tried running it all weekend no crash.
Back to win 10 crash after 30 minuts
There is something generally wrong with win 10 itself.
Also anyone compared win 7 vs win 10 in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Error Reporting\
WER Settings (Windows)
Almost all that have the mystic crash with no dump files, almost all have some kind of write permissionm error.Mostlly runtimebroker.
Maybe microsoft screwed something again.and we with these crashes have som block that do so we simply cant dump correctly.
Last edited by storm shadow; 29 Mar 2016 at 08:14.
The thing is I had the same issue on windows 7. Is it possible that the voltage from the mains in my house is not stable and causing the reboot?
I got a update on this mystery crash that produce no mystery dump.
After i updated to AMD latest 16.3.2
So they apperentlly knew this with out telling anyone.So i hope 1000 of people have not buy a new psu if it was AMD fault
AMD Radeon™ Fury Series may experience corruption on desktop when system is idle for an extended period of time.
I had 1 crash the next day, insteed of 10 a day.
Then i turned of superfetch, cause i have ssd.
Have not have crash for 3 days now.
BSOD Crash Analyst
@storm shadow, I already explained that in post 7
There are 3 different crashes
I got a update on this mystery crash that produce no mystery dump
- A freeze crash
- A sudden shutdown/restart crash
- A bluescreen crash
A memory dump will only be created when a bluescreen crash occurs.
A kernel event id 41 only means an unexpected power problem has occured what happens with both a shutdown/restart and bluescreen crashes.
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