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Windows 7: BSOD random shutdowns Kernel Power 41 (63) errors.

12 Sep 2014   #1
CerberuX07

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 
BSOD random shutdowns Kernel Power 41 (63) errors.

Sorry Total noob here.

My system started acting funny which culminated into this randoms shutdowns. It started a month ago after playing some games. I was playing GhostRecon: Future Soldier.

I tried to find info materials as to how to find a fix for my Kernel Power error but i am having problem downloading Windows Debugger.

I installed the SF DM log Collector on another working pc but the thing is...it is collecting the DM log on the working pc. I have however, able to copy the erring pc's minidump files but its on the desktop only. Is there anyway around this? How can i attach the minidump files without using the DM log collector? Will zipping the folder be enough?

Thank you.


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12 Sep 2014   #2
CerberuX07

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 
Shutdown is getting more frequent

I can't keep the the machine to run longer than 5 minutes. And as of now, the startup time is taking too long...i can to any update for the drivers then. I have noticed too, that some of my USB ports are starting to come up with errors. some peripherals that works before are starting to become "unrecognized".

And i failed to inform that...i don't really get a "Blue Screen of Death", its just a black screen with some screeching noise coming from the speaker.

I was able to keep it on for much longer. Here are the diagnostic files using SF Diagnostic Tool. I hope this gives additional info as to what is causing this BSOD!

Thank you!
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