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Windows 7: Random BSOD event viewer says Critical kernelpower 41 (63)

14 Jul 2014   #1
ZeroGravty

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bits
 
 
Random BSOD event viewer says Critical kernelpower 41 (63)

I have no idea what is causing it, when i looked at the bluesreen i could see that it was a .sys file that was causing the problem

I have attached the log file made with the program from the How to create a BSOD thread.

Edit: Now that i think about it the first time i got the BSOD was when i was listening to some music on a Tumblr which used the tumblr media player, the second time was when i was looking at a vine which also uses a online media player.


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14 Jul 2014   #2
tojoshan

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

same here dude
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07 Aug 2014   #3
asifsound

Windows 7 Professional 32bit
 
 
Please try

I think this typical issue comes from OS-bug related Network Adapter.

If your system doesn't use Wake On LAN,
please try to change the next Device-Manager setting. (My [Kernel Power 41] was fixed by this.)

- DISABLE WOL FOR YOUR ETHERNET CARD (I.E. NIC) -
Open "Device Manager" from the control panels or use the link in the zip. Expand "Network Adapters" and find your Ethernet Card. Right-click and open "Properties" then go to the "Advanced" tab. You should see something similar to the following. You want to disable "Wake on Magic Packet" or something similar.

comment: perhaps OS bug. We need the explicit "WOL = disabled."
No other any treatments are needed.

See next URL. -r14.
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15 Aug 2014   #4
asifsound

Windows 7 Professional 32bit
 
 
kp41zero method

I revised the previous post. Please forget the previous post.

From my test experience,
(0) Kernel Power event 41 occurs when illegal request to awake/ resume the host was posted to HW under un-sleeping/ standby situation.

It seems this rule is true.

So, I regulate the system to satisfy the next both condition.
(1) Banning the sleeping/ hibernation function in OS.
(2) Disable the Power management function by BIOS.

(1) is OS regulation, (2) is BIOS regulation.
Under (1) and (2) regulation, My PC Kernel Power event 41 has stopped completely.

This solution is simple, but its effect was great.
I named this method as "kp41zero method" or "kp41mask method".

Detail is below.
No kp41 (including kp41zero)
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