Windows 10: Recurring Kernel-Power 41 and reboots only when in standby
Recurring Kernel-Power 41 and reboots only when in standby
Since upgrading to Windows 10 Home last year, this system frequently BSODs or reboots 1) when in standby or 2) when being woken back up. This never happens during normal use.
I ran Whocrashed on my memory dump files and it recommended that I update drivers for gzflt.sys, which is the Bitdefender filesystem driver. However, Bitdefender is up to date and a look at the last 46 memory dumps shows that most of them are for ntoskrnl.exe.
What I've tried:
- Resetting BIOS to factory defaults
- Updating all drivers from safe mode
- In Network & Sharing > Power management, disabling ethernet or wifi from being able to wake the system from sleep
- Creating a new power management profile and resetting the current one
- Testing the memory
- Repairing the disks with Chkdsk
Any help is much appreciated, my logs are attached, and my system specs are below.
One dumpfile points to tcpip.sys, network related.
Update your network adapter drivers, Intel wireless, Tap 0901, Cisco etc.
Also update Intel xtreme tuning utility to the latest version 11/11/16.
See if there are new drivers for your Razar and Logitech devices.
Update your Realtek audio drivers.
Did you reinstall/upgraded Bitdefender after you upgraded to windows 10, there are still Bitdefender drivers from 2015.
Uninstall Bitdefender with the Bitdefender Uninstall tool and reinstall. http://www.bitdefender.com/support/u...s-10-1460.html
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