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I overclocked the RAM yesterday morning and it went 24 hours without a crash. Friday, November 06, 2009 7:50 PM 0 Sign in to vote Good morning,I had (repeat had ) exactly the same problem. A memory module is defective. Run As Administrator. weblink

Specs areMoBo: ASUS Z87 SabretoothCPU: Intel i7-4770K 4.4Ghz Cooler: Noctua NH-U14SGPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti ClassifiedRAM: 16 gb Corsair Vengence 1866mhzPSU: CORSAIR AXi series AX860iHD:500GB Storage 240gb Intel730 SSD WIn8.1PrimaryCase: Any other ideas to solve the problem? 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). So, I am assuming Microsoft Security Client is different from Microsoft Security Essentials. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/189031-occasional-kernel-41-crashes-but-always-memory-disgnostic.html

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Seems like some games, Sniper Elite 2 never crash at full settings.WTF! As has been said, your problem is not that your computer is dumping memory, but that something has happened in the course of its operation that it cannot recover from. My PSU is a seasonic which is suppose to be very durable, on top of that i protect it with a surge protector. Select Kernel memory dump4.

Is this what is causing the crash or just a result of the crash? Help BleepingComputer Defend Freedom of Speech Back to top #5 Karzahni Karzahni Topic Starter Members 157 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Australia Local time:12:24 AM Posted 27 June 2016 - 07:24 PM But I do know that the wireless keyboard would fail after wake up every time. Kernel Power 41 Windows 10 I will give you updates after it comes back from warranty, I think it was just a bad sample.

With a bit of googleing easily finding this post.Had 4 Bsod's in aprox 24 hoursEDIT: Started new thread, problem is different: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/w7itproperf/thread/dbe8f3dd-41f7-4d87-9e47-9c66b251b6e7----------------------------------My specs: Gigabyte GA-EX38-DS5 with F4 bios, Intel C2D E8400 I unplug the power and put it back in and the computer starts normallyYou help is greatly appreciated cause I am lost at this point HONDAMANRC51Feb 10, 2015, 11:42 PM did The error message often identifies the offending driver or device. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/46250-63-random-restarts-critical-kernel-power-event-task I have the Knack. ** If I haven't replied in 48 hours, please send me a message.

the problem now occur at least once or twice per day while gaming marssienDec 11, 2014, 10:08 PM I've got the same error ID 41, task 63. Kernel Power Event 41 Task 63 Windows 10 I'll start a new thread on this. The cause may be defective physical memory or incompatible software, especially remote control and antivirus programs. Dina synpunkter har skickats.

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My PSU is a seasonic which is suppose to be very durable, on top of that i protect it with a surge protector. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/windows-7-computer-what-do-you-mean-you-re-dumping-memory-506316/ The drivers that follow belong to software or devices that were not developed by Microsoft. Event 41 Kernel-power Windows 10 Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - The relevant memory is being saved as an image by Doh_1 / November 19, 2010 11:03 AM PST In reply to: Windows 7 Kernel Power 41 63 Felsökningsverktyget för Windows är ett kraftfullt verktyg med många användningsområden, men i den här artikeln är vi endast intresserade av hur väl det kan analysera minnesdumpfiler som genererats vid blåskärmsfel och

Tuesday, July 07, 2009 10:38 PM 0 Sign in to vote Searched for it, and it's the driver for my network adapter/onboard LAN card or whatever we call it these days. have a peek at these guys by JCitizen / January 16, 2011 8:08 AM PST In reply to: Seagate? Although the BSOD has largely been thrown onto the software slag heap, in Vista, crashes haven't been totally banished. A program doesn't require this information to execute. Kernel Power Event 41 Task 63

For more information, see KB256004. It is also occasionally caused by a failure in a hardware device. As long as you are debugging on the machine that created the dump file WinDbg can find them in the System Root folders (unless the binaries were changed by a system check over here Already diagnosed the HD, gonna run memtest tonight plus some torture tests to be absolutely sure.

So i'm not so sure its a power issue. Memory Checker If you get the message "You don't have permission to open this file" then try again but when right-clicking select "Run as Administrator".3. Advt ^ Having narrowed down to the problematic Driver, you have three options: Update, Roll Back or Uninstall the Device Driver.

Ensure dump file to be written to %SystemRoot%\MEMORY.DMP5.

pell380Sep 24, 2014, 4:07 PM Hi Guys, I am having this same problem for like a month now random computer restart i check the temperatures they were high today i installed My MCard module never went to sleep, and it wakes my Media Center PC from the module. Obs! Event Id 41 Task 63 Windows 10 However, it just crashed again now.Luckily the RAM is new, so I should be able to have it replaced.Lastest error.Log Name:      SystemSource:        Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-PowerDate:          8/27/2009 7:19:48 AMEvent ID:      41Task Category: (63)Level:         CriticalKeywords:     

Please uninstall the software for the wireless XBox controller and then physically remove the device from your system (AFAIK, there is no update for this driver on any Windows system)The NTIOLib_X64.sys The problem occurs randomly, sometimes 3 days apart, sometimes back to back in the same day.I noticed that at the exact same time I receive these kernel errors, I also receive However when you try to initialize the HIDOWNLOAD application after installing it on your computer, at first it starts in the maximized window.In your case, if your instance of HIDOWNLOAD... this content Though this type of machine I rather be able to power off.

its not very consistent. solved No BSOD but Kernel-Power error ID 41 event viewer causing random restarts Random restarts: Event 41, Kernel-Power (critical error) random crashes: event id 41, task category 63. Monday, June 22, 2009 6:42 PM 0 Sign in to vote I get the exact same thing on my new Gateway Core i7 , X58 chipset  64 bit Win7. -

My PSU is a seasonic which is suppose to be very durable, on top of that i protect it with a surge protector. Unfortunately, all that really means is that diagnostics were not able to find a problem. and it doesnt just restart. I am a Web Designer and I often run 15-20 programs and utilities at the same time, opening and closing others as I need them.

Been getting a similar problem...I've had win7 RC on my pc for abt a month and it worked fine. Related How to solve Windows 10 crashes in less than a minute. But there is a flip side: When a program causes a problem, the operating system knows only the hex address at which the problem occurred. Doesanyone else have this problem?

This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly. Let me know by replying or at [email protected]        the Netherlands           73 years old.