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Kernel Power Event 41 - GX 750W

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#1 spazmatic44203


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Posted 26 July 2015 - 07:56 PM

Recently I have encounter BSOD and read the error Kernel Power Event 41 and I have pretty much made a good conclusion that this is something going on with my power supply....I made this conclusion after running all necessary checks such as fsc scan ,ramcheck, stress tests, disk error checks, temp checks.

  All my temps seem to be fine but I think this has something to do with using to many watts from power supply....Is there anything I can do to prevent the crash's and not have to replace the PSU?


Here is a link to a former forum post containg .zip with dump file in it and details as to what occured....not currently using the computer it happened on so I hope this can be helpful.



Edited by spazmatic44203, 26 July 2015 - 09:12 PM.

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