|19 Jan 2010||#1|
Kernal Power error 41 in event log
I recently finished my first budget build, could not get post but found out it was something I did not have plugged in.
After installing Windows 7 64bit I was running pretty smooth with all 4GB of RAM, but after updating the recent drivers, since I did not have any sound I started getting the lovely BSOD.
I have tried booting with each stick of RAM, Uninstalling and reinstalling drivers, I ran Memory diagnostic which came back with hardware issues, I have read tons of forums and guides that say tons of different things. So before I send back my RAM I would like a second opinion (third or forth...as many as it takes) to get this fixed.
I have had people tell me to:
-Increase power to my Northbridge
-Flatten it again and try with just Windows 7 drivers
-Try different RAM or my RAM in a different system
-RUN stress tests
I will try and get my logs and dumps if needed but I just want to find out whats going on before I get a RMA for my RAM
Thanks in advance
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|17 Nov 2010||#3|
Hi laso; welcome to the forum. Sorry you are having problems with your new build. Please read this thread, follow the instructions and post back. We will be glad to help you.
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