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Windows 7: Event 41, Kernel-Power

21 Jan 2013   #71
Morgud

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

Yes, did get a Surge Protector.

You know, i was not really happy with this Mainboard from the start, but could not squeeze out more money that time. The old one cost 60$, and the new is 80$, 20bucks can be allot, if you not have enough ...
So i knew, i go get me new Ram, and Mainboard. I was pretty sure it's the ram, but just in case i got a Mainboard also. So, i thought, "what if it's the Ram, am i gonna wait 3 weeks without PC until the new is there?" ... simply no, 40$ for the Ram is ok, but what am i go to do with 2 8GB sets of Ram? Well, one solution is, to kick both onto the Mainboard ... though i not really need it though.

If i need to increase the Voltage, i know now someone who can help me, i belief ;p

I seen SSD yesterday, when i went onto Corsairs web site. Then i wondered, what's a SSD? After a quick search ... it's like a USB stick ... just in the form of a HD. So a HD without any mechanical components ... sounds juicy, but 150$ for 120GB ... i not know ... yet ;p

Thanks for the reply on my page. We can send messages there as well or? Maybe keep in touch through email or so.

Thank you for your support again!


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