Windows 10: Kernel-Power 41 event. Not sure if BSOD.
Kernel-Power 41 event. Not sure if BSOD.
Hey everyone. I'm new to this kind of stuff and trying to learn what is going on.
PC was made 2 years ago and haven't really used it until now. It previously had win7 and it BSOD a couple times a week but didn't bother me at the time.
Now the computer has a fresh install of win10. It doesn't BSOD/restart on me while I'm using it but over night I get multiple kernel-power 41 events. (I have the computer on high performance in power options to see if the computer was stable).However, there are no mini.dmp files that is created. I made sure the computer creates files and doesn't auto-restart. After all that I still don't have any dmp files. I looked around and found one file in C:\windows\LiveKernelReports\win32k.sys folder, which is attached.
Also I tested each stick of memory separately overnight and switched out the old power supply. Not sure what to do next.
Is the motherboard faulty?
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Sorry to add another problem to the pile of Event 41s,
Mobo: ASRock FM2A88X-ITX+
RAM: 16GB Team Vulcan (Also attempted with G.Skill Ripjaws, no change)
CPU: AMD A10-7870K Radeon R7 @ 3.9 GHz
GPU: AMD R9 280X @ 3GB (PowerColor)
So I've just built a PC and within a day it has had BSOD a couple of times. The event viewer says event 41, kernel-power, category 63
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