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Your power supply should be delivering 3.3-, 5- and 12V inputs to your motherboard, but these can fall outside acceptable ranges if the PSU is under-powered or has developed a fault. http://i.imgur.com/iXls0T7.png I've checked that I've been running cmd.exe as administrator. I replaced it with a 750W thermaltake and never had a problem after that. Should I put Windows Vista on it and see if my problem persists? have a peek at this web-site

Get the answer be66971baekonFeb 26, 2013, 2:20 PM didnt mean to post twice, using ipad so i blame it. So its either somehow gpu after all or like it has been doing, just being inconsistent when it decides to crash. I simply had to restart and then it would work for a... and nothing. More Help

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I really want to try avoiding reinstalling windows for the 5 time in the past few months and figure out what the problem is. Content continues below Visit Windows 7 Advisor and Windows 8 Advisor for more Windows advice. The only way to successfully reproduce the crash is to plug in my D-LINK USB Wireless Network adapter. It has came up again and I am afraid that I may loose my computer....

The additional cost is for shipping. It may run for days without an issue. For testing purposes, please run your ram in dual channel. Event 41 Kernel-power It crashes at idle and load.

Check to make sure the power supply is operating as it should. Do you have box's ticked to write dmp files. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... https://www.tenforums.com/general-support/26166-random-shutdown-sometimes-reboots-no-bsod-memory-dump-files.html On the Advanced tab, click Settings under Startup and Recovery.

Jens PeterDec 7, 2014, 1:01 AM Reviving this post a bit,Did you ever find a solution to your problem? Memtest86 This happens a lot, sometimes 2-3 times a hour and is only visible as a "Critical, Kernel-Power" error in the event logger. Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 YeahBleeping YeahBleeping Members 1,253 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:10:10 AM Posted 18 May 2015 - I can't find a program to log other temperatures for free so I just have CPU info.I have a relatively new 850W Corsair power supply, which should be plenty of power.

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other than that i have also replaced my graphics card and the problem still persist.specsantec 550watt psugigabyte motherboard with an i3-540nvidia gtx660 graphics card2-500gb harddisksi can take screen shots of tests http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/223574-help-computer-shutting-off-randomly-no-bsod-help.html Have you actually checked any temps related to other areas of the motherboard besides the CPU socket? Pc Random Reboot No Bsod If you, or anyone, has any recommendation for a good PSU, 1000W, I could look into I would appreciate it. Computer Randomly Restarts Windows 10 Please help - Tech Support Acer Aspire 3620 Blue Screen when shutting down - Forum my computer keeps randomly shutting down before I can do anything.

Please install the drivers for this device. http://tenten10.com/windows-7/windows-7-64-bit-bsod.php I turned up the memory voltage from my system default at 15V, to 17V, and it said overclock failed, so I put it to 16V and it turns on. But I know I can force my computer to generate them. Back to top #4 YeahBleeping YeahBleeping Members 1,253 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:10:10 AM Posted 18 May 2015 - 01:57 PM Be sure to stop back if it fixes your Kernel Power 41 63

There are some serious issues with your system. It is worth noting that this behavior started happening without adding any new hardware, software, or driver. But assuming the sensor readouts are accurate, I moved on. Source I have no idea why this causes it to crash, as it happens with or without software/drivers installed, but it does.

Also, the battery was connected, and the computer stayed around 55-60˚C, so it was not overheating. Memtest Windows 10 notasandwichSep 18, 2013, 6:19 AM kenrivers said: The only time I have seen one randomly reboot (it was mine*) was due to a RAM issue. Several BSOD Windows 10 dump files (Memory_management, system_service_exception, kmode_exception_not_handled) Can't find your answer ?

Hopefully my computer stays on long enough for the download and the DVD Burn.

Computer Shutting Off Randomly - NO BSOD . [HELP] 09 Apr 2012 #1 upichie Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit 5 posts [HELP] . My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... now they dont even break 40 degreees. Memtest Windows 7 At this point, I suspect my issue might be hardware related; however, I really do not know what this could be, and I do not want to start buying new hardwares

m 0 l unlikesuika July 24, 2015 8:51:29 AM johnbl said:I could not find that pooltag also, which means you have to search for the tag in the actual device driver and this: Quote: Event[40]: Log Name: System Source: Ntfs Date: 2012-04-10T15:54:48.382 Event ID: 55 Task: N/A Level: Error Opcode: N/A Keyword: Classic User: N/A User Name: N/A Computer: GODsPC Description: The I don't have the finances to buy a new computer, so I really need to diagnose this problem. http://tenten10.com/windows-7/windows-7-sp1-64-bit-bsod.php HugoStiglitzSep 18, 2013, 11:52 PM Were you able to do the 2nd HDD & Reinstall windows suggestion?

Anyway, I found that my board didn't lock the correct SPD from the ram until I turned up the voltage on the ram Stock is 1.8v on my ram. Then it started shutting off randomly (as if someone pulls the power plug). I was going to downgrade to Windows 8.1 to see what happen. I too had a old P5B deluxe board that would just crash and it was the 500W antec power supply I was using, the power supply was not defective as I

Best to google for the actual command. I saw this on PC Advisor and thought you should see it too.