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The first sign of spontaneous reboots, shutdowns and fail to starts means (to me) get the credit card out and go shopping. I'll check this out tonight and report back. Now, the problem is that I found this pooltag.txt, and I can't find any entry with "202b" anywhere in the file. Elevated Command Prompt: Go to Start and type in "cmd.exe" (without the quotes) At the top of the Search Box, right click on Cmd.exe and select "Run as administrator" CHKDSK LogFile: his comment is here

As the OP says, no BSOD has occured. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly" with the following error details: - EventData BugcheckCode 0 BugcheckParameter1 0x0 BugcheckParameter2 0x0 BugcheckParameter3 0x0 BugcheckParameter4 m 0 l unlikesuika July 22, 2015 9:27:14 PM I'm sorry for the late reply. Anything below a perfect score on RAM could cause your computer to intermitantly lock up.Could be an unstable overclock on the CPU, aka not enough voltage, cooling, etc...Could be a bad http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2632585/computer-randomly-shutting-blue-screen.html

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Edit: It has finished the seventh successful pass as seen here. I also have a UPS (CyberPower CP600LCD) hooked up to the computer so this shouldn't be due to any temporary power glitches. Username Forum Password I've forgotten my password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Privacy Policy

dio_freeSep 19, 2011, 7:06 PM Thanks Mighty. Ask a question and give support. I get notified when you reply, so there's no loss of time on my part. Kernel-power 41 (63) This has been plaguing me for about 6 months now and I can't take it anymore...Just to be clear, these crashes do not provide a BSOD and therefore no error code

For about the past month and a half, I've been getting random crashes in Windows 7. Computer Crashes Without Bsod I believe the other things required in that thread were all related to BSOD dump reports. Seemlingly Random Crashes: Kernel-Power 41 in BSOD Crashes and Debugging Ever since I installed Windows 8 the first time I've been getting Random, dumpless crashes coded as nothing more than Kernel-Power http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/26333-63-help-random-system-crashes-bsod Copy and paste the entire contents of that text into your next reply.Bruce.

No BSOD and no error. Event 41 Kernel-power http://i.imgur.com/iXls0T7.png I've checked that I've been running cmd.exe as administrator. Only clue I get is that often but not always when this happens 6F is shown on the motherboard Q-code display, which according to ASUS manual is in the interval for My computer suddenly turns off and...

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Post a copy of the report back here. https://www.eightforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/73479-random-crashes-no-bsod-event-41-kernel-power.html HP m8109n Windows 7 Ultimate (32 bit) - AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 Dual-Core Processor - NVIDIA nForce 430 Chipset - 3072MB PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM memory I'll have to boot it up Windows 10 Crash No Blue Screen Frequent, random reboots with Event 41, Kernel-Power in BSOD Crashes and Debugging Starting on June 5, 2015, my system has been rebooting randomly without warning. Computer Freezes No Blue Screen Internet Speed: 100/15 Antivirus: Nod32 Other Info: +CM69O II, P8Z77-V PRO , i5-3570K @4.2Ghz 8GB Crucial 1866mhz, 850 Pro 256, Sandisk Extreme 256, WD 300GB, 600GB.

Kernel power error id 41 simply means a problem with the power, it happens with every system crash (shutdown, bluescreen, freeze) and isn't very useful. @ axo and @ leespiker A http://phpbbinstallers.net/windows-10/recent-w10-update-on-my-computer.html https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=c9c42ee5dc87b8c7&id=C9C4...!AM8E9xVlLjJHyrc EDIT: I apologize. Like some one pulled the plug on it. Oct 10, 2013 #8 Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,246 +235 Lets turn off automatically restart by going to Control Panel, System, Advanced System Settings, Startup and Recovery... Reliability Monitor Windows 10

and I had tried both of the the beta bios and v. 2.30v bios..I do no think that made a difference... All Rights Reserved. Anything below a perfect score on RAM could cause your computer to intermitantly lock up.Could be an unstable overclock on the CPU, aka not enough voltage, cooling, etc...Could be a bad weblink If I buy it from Newegg, it would cost me 219.99.

Computer Shutting Off Randomly - NO BSOD . [HELP] 09 Apr 2012 #1 upichie Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit 5 posts [HELP] . Livekernelevent My System Specs OS Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit upichie View Public Profile Find More Posts by upichie . 09 Apr 2012 #2 usasma Win7 x64 + x86 5,713 posts Southeastern Computer Type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell Inspiron 15R 5521 OS Windows 10 Home/ Windows 10 TP/ Windows 8.1 Pro/ Windows 7 Pro CPU Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3537U CPU @ 2.00GHz Motherboard

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about 7 years old, and I have been out of the hardware stuff for a while. Last edited by Leespiker; 17 Jan 2016 at 00:09. to get help) generally it will be something like this: start cmd.exe as an admin, then cd drivers findstr.exe /m /l "202b" *.sys if it does not find one, make sure Memtest86+ The components inside the PSU that filter out theAC sinewaveripple (AC hum) hold a lethal amount of voltage long after the PSU has been disconnected from the mains supply.

There's no bluescreen, no error log. Should I put Windows Vista on it to see if it will rectify my problem? Is there any way to troubleshoot the PSU besides trying another one or using a PSU tester? http://phpbbinstallers.net/windows-10/random-reoccuring-bsod-kernel-power-41-63.html I didn't think that it was the cooling problem, unless my computer is especially susceptible to temperature change.

If so, try disabling sleep in power management for a while to see if it could be a glitch related to this. Sometimes I get a BSOD with 3 variations of names: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL, KERNEL_SECURITY_CHECK, FAILURE and sometimes MEMORY_MANAGEMENT. So this leaves the MOBO, CPU and PSU, I would assume CPU and PSU problems would show itself differently. I can try that.

Run the first 3 free diagnostics from here (memory, HDD, and malware): Hardware Diags Run CHKDSK /R /F from and elevated (Run as administrator) Command Prompt. Those are the only ways that make it crash without waiting forever and being completely random. Make some more free space. There shouldn't be anything trying to delete this!

I guess that leaves one possibility, which is that the problem is with the motherboard. Can't find any apparent patterns, doesn't seem to happen more frequently when stress testing or gaming, sometimes it can happen just a few minutes after windows starts and sometimes I can The time now is 15:53. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ...

If you downloaded the installer, simply double-click on it and follow the prompts until installation is complete. Ran the 1st overnight and waking up it had done 4 test after 8h but failed all the hammer tests with2243 errors across a wide address range. And of course if It doesn't I am sure you will be back Back to top #5 nomoo nomoo Topic Starter Members 15 posts OFFLINE Local time:10:53 PM Posted 18 m 0 l unlikesuika July 24, 2015 8:51:29 AM johnbl said:I could not find that pooltag also, which means you have to search for the tag in the actual device driver

try it out. The event viewer shows that my laptop has had three occasions of ID 41 Error, two of which happened within this week (April 28th, May 3rd) and one of which happened Now, the problem is that I found this pooltag.txt, and I can't find any entry with "202b" anywhere in the file. Is it likely that I'm experiencing problems because of this? (Again, I tried a new power supply and it's not overheating.

If it still does it it's pointing at a hardware issue rather than software e.g Windows . Have you tried running diagnostic tests? Would I have to take the laptop apart in this case?