Question Kernel-Power ID 41 Task 63

robertgal48

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Hello everyone. So: I used same windows for like 1 year, without any problems. But I decided its time to reset it. The problem is:
After I installed new Windows, my PC keep crashing, without any error, just randomly crashing.(Kernel-Power ID41) Ive read another posts, and its related to PSU and I did all the things they said:
  • i checked for audio drivers (all good)
  • i used MemTest64 for almost 1hours (0 problems, temperatures are good)
  • i used Prime95 and OCCT for 1 hour straight (0 problems detected, temperatures are good)
  • i did a test using Valley benchmark (0 erros, temperatures are good )
So, its not a PSU problem, I mean I did 3 stress tests and no errors. Should I try a full reinstall of Windows?
RIG: CPU :FX 8350 with Cooler Master 212 EVO
GPU :RX 480 8GB (Sapphire edition, if helps)
RAM : 16GB of RAM
PSU: 550W Thermallake Litepower
MOBO: GA 970A DS3P (rev 2.0, if helps)
Other things I did:
I disabled fast startup
I cleaned all my pc from dust
I dont think its a PSU problem, I used it for 1 year or more and no problems. I think it[/ICODE]s a software problem. Tell me what to do! Thanks!
 

Colif

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That event is the result of a test windows runs AFTER restart, so its not the cause, its a reaction. If it finds the previous shutdown was unexpected, it will create event 41 (63). If you aren't getting BSOD it may not be windows causing it.

So no, its not a PSU error. At least you tested some equipment
have you cleaned inside PC and made sure its not dusty? heat can cause restarts.
How old is the PSU?
 

robertgal48

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That event is the result of a test windows runs AFTER restart, so its not the cause, its a reaction. If it finds the previous shutdown was unexpected, it will create event 41 (63). If you aren't getting BSOD it may not be windows causing it.

So no, its not a PSU error. At least you tested some equipment
have you cleaned inside PC and made sure its not dusty? heat can cause restarts.
How old is the PSU?
I got it like 1 year or 1.5 year ago. And yea im pretty sure its not dusty. I mean at the stress tests, CPU max temp was 65and its not much for FX. and GPU max 69.
 

robertgal48

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That event is the result of a test windows runs AFTER restart, so its not the cause, its a reaction. If it finds the previous shutdown was unexpected, it will create event 41 (63). If you aren't getting BSOD it may not be windows causing it.

So no, its not a PSU error. At least you tested some equipment
have you cleaned inside PC and made sure its not dusty? heat can cause restarts.
How old is the PSU?
Uhm, I reinstalled the windows and swap RAM modules. Ive using it for 4 hours without any crashing. Hope this will work. Oh, and when I installed windows, I used a debloat software. Can this be the problem?
 

robertgal48

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That event is the result of a test windows runs AFTER restart, so its not the cause, its a reaction. If it finds the previous shutdown was unexpected, it will create event 41 (63). If you aren't getting BSOD it may not be windows causing it.

So no, its not a PSU error. At least you tested some equipment
have you cleaned inside PC and made sure its not dusty? heat can cause restarts.
How old is the PSU?
Nevermind, it doesnt work. It`s crashing again. Same error. Please help me.
 

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