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Windows 7: WINDOWS 7 64-BIT kernel power critical error ID 41 FREEZING

09 Jan 2012   #1
HDCgamer

Windows 7 64-bit home premium
 
 
WINDOWS 7 64-BIT kernel power critical error ID 41 FREEZING

I made a costum pc with my brother who has alot of experience. THIS IS A LONG STORY SO HOLD ON.

i have this problem now for 2 years my computer just freezes up (or as ppl call locked-up). im freezing like hell replaced every part of my computer! and i mean everything.... i bought a PACK from my local computer store with:
-a motherboard ddr3
-some RAM for it
-AND a processor an I3

and im running windows vista 64-bit home premium.
i'm looking for a solution almost 1,5 years. my PSU is ok i bought 2 new ones from 500 WATT. I'm getting really frustrated.

but then on a windows forum i read ppl didnt had it while using windows xp and vista. so i went back to vista for my battlefield 3 and some other MMORPG's.

and still i got those litle computer laggs like 1 sec in 5 mins normaly hardcore laggs from 2 secs the whole time also i checked the software so i began with looking at EVENT when i was using windows 7. It said critical error ID 41 kernel power Even when using vista 64 bit enternity i got those problems but smaller.
i even brought it to the computer store for a RAM CPU and MEMORY test everything apears fine he said. Even Solutions i alrdy tried are apreciated

BUT PLZ HELP!!! i dont wanna buy a complete new pc of 600 euro's


here are my computer specs:

MOTHERBOARD: DDR3 Asus P7H55-M / USB3

PROCESSOR: I3 Intel 3,2 GHZ

RAM: DDR3 RAM 4GB 1333HZ

HARD DRIVE: 640 GB (no virusses)

PSU: (i got 2 but im using 1 i alrdy tried the other so its not a power isseu)
-corsair 500 W
-tagan 500 W

Grapichs Card: Asus ENGT430 1 GB

SOUND CARD: None i got on-board 2.1

CD-WRITER: Samsung Super writemaster


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09 Jan 2012   #2
seavixen32

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit
 
 

Check this Microsoft support article.

Windows Kernel event ID 41 error in Windows 7 or in Windows Server 2008 R2:

Also, do you have more than one audio device as this can cause this problem.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/foru...or-434613.html
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09 Jan 2012   #3
HDCgamer

Windows 7 64-bit home premium
 
 

No none of the solutions worked really because my computer doesnt restarts anymore but just hangs when my local computer store gave me a new motherboard thats a litle different because he couldt understand the problem either but thx to the new motherboard. my computer doesnt restarts out of it self but my computer locks-up now.
so litle improvement.

and no got no multiple audio devices i got an on-board sound card for 2.1
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09 Jan 2012   #4
seavixen32

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-Bit
 
 

I think you're at a stage where you need to either take your computer in for repair or buy a new computer by the sound of things.

If you can't get it started there's not a lot more I can suggest other than taking out any removable hardware such as a graphics card and see if it starts then.

As a matter of interest, have you tried starting your computer in safe mode?
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09 Jan 2012   #5
HDCgamer

Windows 7 64-bit home premium
 
 

A way past when my motherboard still resetted the whole dam computer i did once put out the video grapichs card and played Runescape for 2 months i never had the problem then but at that time i had a nvidea 8800 gs.
now i got another video grapichs card a ENGT430 Asus and still got the same problem. it almost looks like that this motherboard called the P7H55 series are really bad for your grapichs cards while i play games like battlefield 3 and stuff at high performence with 54 fps.

i really want this fixed the local computer store did every test and said all hardware is good with each other also for the windows 7 software.
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