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Kernel-Power Error ID 41 (task 63) Causing Total PC Freeze.


The psu should only click during power on/off, but never during normal operation so he suspects a faulty relay switch in the psu. I did disable Cool 'N Quiet and it accelerated the frequency of the reboots. PSU's do not, at any interval, make a loud clicking noise. I've been troubleshooting both simultaneously. have a peek at this web-site

I also go into the power settings in windows, and disable hybrid sleep, wake timers. HONDAMANRC51Feb 11, 2015, 8:04 PM yup its windows updates, i had them set to "never check" and had them disabled in services and somehow they turned them selves on and updated, As of May 1, an ISP/EDU email is NO longer required to access the Classifieds. downloaded slimdrivers, updated everything.3. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/46250-63-random-restarts-critical-kernel-power-event-task

Kernel Power Event 41 Fix

Join Date Sep 2009 Location MS Gulf Coast Your approach to troubleshooting this is rather -- troubling. Jeff GravelDec 3, 2014, 5:38 PM have the same problem, computer is on 24 on 24, I just check the event viewer for the first time and the same error happend Reply With Quote 05-29-11,03:30 AM #5 BoundByBlood View Profile View Forum Posts Maybe Something Cool? Finally, someone else stated they resolved their similar issue by bumping up their MCP, NB, and DRAM voltages slightly.

It might crash in the first minute, or it might take 10 minutes. Could you export and post a copy of your system event logs containing these events? I did a google check and people are blaming the power supply I am using. Kernel Power 41 Windows 10 I thought I found the answer twice yesterday, once with the windows desktop management error and a second time with the microsoft antimalware service needed for security essential real time protection

Then post a screenshot of all of those together after about an hour. Kernel Power Event 41 Task 63 anytime a system starts freaking out out of the blue the power supply is the first thing to check the fact that its occurring in the bios leads me to believe CPU's are run on clock sweeps. https://www.tenforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/33143-power-kernel-41-error-during-gaming-possibly-software.html Do nothing else, save and exit.

Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's Kernel Power Event 41 Task 63 Windows 10 However, the crashing is still random. I'll try all that when I get to the hardware side of troubleshooting; right now I'm still focused on exploring the possibility of it being software related. Reply With Quote 05-22-11,10:24 PM #2 Neuromancer View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Oct 2005 Location Tau'ri Since your PSU is acting up and the error code is

Kernel Power Event 41 Task 63

I tried some of the recommendations here, but no success:http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/protect/forum/protect_start/session-microsoft-security-essentials-oobe-stopped/a6d12dbc-3a81-4059-8516-92057d7f1b8f?page=1I uninstalled Microsoft Security Essentials yesterday and when my computer crashed today I still got the same error. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-performance/computer-freezing-often-kernel-power-error-id-41/cae4bf56-b102-4ff7-8301-bbbba21f2e2a HDD: WDC WD20EARS-00J99B0 2tb 3. Kernel Power Event 41 Fix The time now is 17:02. Kernel-power 41 Windows 7 solved Computer Reboots 2 Minutes After Log-on, Critical Kernel-Power, Event ID 41 (Windows 10) Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany

It died shortly after, although it was 80+ certified and seemed to be of good quality (and also i didn't use it to it's full capacity). Check This Out Also FYI the AI suite provided with my hardware give me the warning that my core voltage was going under the 1.0v and I presume at the same time my room The info in any one specific kernel-power log is the same as the log I posted here, the only thing that is different is the log date. I also use event logs to establish a baseline time in which this event would typically occur. Kernel Power 41 63

I will test the PSU and report back as soon as possible. Before I continue here's a look at the code: Log Name: System Source: Kernel-Power Logged: 5/20/2011 9:25:17 PM Event ID: 41 Task Catgory: (63) Level: Critical Keywords: (2) User: SYSTEM Computer: JobskeEOct 23, 2014, 2:13 PM Valdee said: Kernel-power will aways switch off your rig to prevent damage if it detects power los, power surge, or wont get responce from a device. Source Forgot your password?

It could randomly reboot while I'm typing this and I still wouldn't know what would have caused it to happen. Kernel Power Windows 10 Updated the bios - Someone suggested that an event id 41 is a stepping error in the cpu and recommended upgrading the bios. For example, if you added RAM or additional devices or hard disks when this problem began, the power supply may cause the problem.Click to expand...

A number of hardware and power issues could cause that behavior, but I've also seen software/driver issues cause similar issues; however hardware issues are typically very consistent, whereas software issues can

If you looked through my event viewer you would see that minutes prior to every kernel-power error logged there was an error for ms antimalware crapping out. My previous psu was a Rosewill...I know, I know, don't give me flak for it please . change PSU and post back Reply With Quote 05-28-11,09:49 PM #3 BoundByBlood View Profile View Forum Posts Maybe Something Cool? Event Id 41 Task 63 Windows 10 As the OP says, no BSOD has occured.

Jun 6, 2014 at 12:46 AM #3 OneMoar There is Always Moar Joined: Apr 9, 2010 Messages: 6,629 (2.68/day) Thanks Received: 3,402 Location: Rochester area System Specs System Name: Kreij Lives Up top if you press system information, it will probably show you your voltages. My problem is a kernel-power report during gaming. have a peek here I got another unexpected reboot tonight and looking into event viewer there isn't a trend of an app or service failing prior to the unexpected restart.

Oh, and you can ignore all those errors about the bad hard drive sector. I'll go buy an ups backup battery and tried it, it might help computer is only few month old and all test seem to said the hardware is fine. I have the same problems. Quote: Please do not post anything other than Blue Screen Of Death problems in this section.

When I come home when the computer has been on for a few hours I'll game for a bit and watch a movie without issue. nothing, it said connected but no internet, traced it to DPS diagnostic policy would not start. Ram timings is 9-10-9-27 and in bios is like that... Reply With Quote 06-02-11,07:54 PM #17 TempliNocturnus View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date May 2006 Location Where angels carry savage weapons Wierd, but at least you now have

Home Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Rules & Guidelines Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders Who's Online Reviews News My temps are good (35c average). also the samsung magician thinking that perharps the SSD was dying.. 24h later the crash come back. I can't make heads or tails of this 6008 event.

I will just wait for eight successful passes as suggested before stopping it. Join Date Sep 2009 Location MS Gulf Coast This is pretty much a dead thread since I don't think neuromancer or templinocturnus are coming back.