Question How to fix computer crashing

Mar 1, 2022
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Hi, so I'm working on my second computer and I keep getting Kernal Power Event ID 41 as well as Event ID 1000 dwm.exe. My PC components are listed below as well as their condition. I've also posted the PC part picker link if it is easier.

https://pcpartpicker.com/user/swiftfishy/saved/#view=vLrDjX

CPU: i3-9100f (New used / swapped from a new prebuilt) - Not Overclocked & Idle at 25c
CPU Cooler: Corsair H60 (New)
Mobo: Gigabyte H310M M.2 2.0 (New) - Bios version F15a
Ram: PNY XLR8 2x8GB DDR4-3200 (New)
GPU: MSI Gtx 1060 6GB (Used but never used) - Not overclocked
Psu: EVGA 600W 80+ (New)

I've been working on it all night. A lot of the parts are new because I replaced the old stuff that I thought was the problem (cpu, mobo, ram, psu).
Things I've tried:
  1. Reverting the Nvidia drivers back, uninstalling them completely, installing only old ones, installing only new ones, and I do not install the Geforce Experience
  2. /SFC scannow
  3. DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth
  4. Changed the power settings for hard drive and sleep timer
  5. Turned off fast startup
  6. Updated Windows 10 (the problem started before the updates too)
  7. Uninstalled iCue Corsair Software
  8. Updated all drivers
I'm really at a loss right now. It works fine in Safe Mode it seems. But I have already tried every driver that I can think. It is also a fresh install of Windows 10 on a newly formatted SSD. Thanks for your help! I'll provide what I can
 

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