bep1995

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Hello !! I have a problem. Today i tried to transfer some files to a usb stick and I found that it doesnt working at all, not even on my phone. After some tries i did a restart (with the usb stick removed) and it got a bsod with critical error 41 (63) ( on event viewer) I dont know if that happend at startup or after loading the windows, i was away for 1-2 minutes

But later today i looked again at the event viewer and saw that since I did an upgrade (cpu mobo ram) on July 7 I had 3 more critical errors 41 on August 9, August 18 and September 17 but without noticing it. It is very random and with several days between the errors. I dont know whats it's going wrong, Generally I didnt notice any issue with the pc.

I changed the psu in March (seasonic gx 750) and in the event viewer there are 2 more critical errors 41, May 20 and June 28, but since the last format i did (August 2020) I have never had any bsod, I used to have a bsods but it was a ram problem and i fix it by changing the slots of the ram sticks

My pc parts: ryzen 5 3600, gigabyte b550 aorus elite v2, hyperx fury 16gb (2x8) @ 3200, sapphire pulse rx550 4gb, kingston a2000 1tb nvme, seasonic focus gx 750
 

punkncat

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Event 41 can be indicative of a bad PSU. It also results from unexpected shutdown events, so such things as an unexpected thermal shutdown, or hitting the power/reset button can throw it as well.

Might be worthwhile to check all your power connections and verify nothing is loose.
 

bep1995

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Everything seems fine, nothing loose. No power loss at gaming no power loss even at stress test like prime95 or cinebench. From march or even from last year i did not notice any unexpected restart or bsod. I dont think is the psu, im not 100% sure but i dont think so.
There was a couple of times that i shutting down the pc from the power button due to some "not responding app" but i dont know how many times i did that and if that matches the errors date and time.
Can the todays bsod (the only one i notice) related with that bad usb stick ?? I read somewhere that this error (41) can happen when a driver is corrupted ?? something like that. Maybe the usb stick caused that ?? But it was unplugged.... I really dont know !!
 

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