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What is Kernel Power Error ID 41
Quite often when a computer has crashed, the user mentions that Event Viewer told the reason was a Kernel Power Error (ID 41).
However, Kernel error 41 is not the reason why the computer crashes. This event tells that the computer crashed and had to be hard reseted, but it does not tell why.
Description of Kernel-power error, ID 41
When posting and asking help, please tell what your Event Viewer has logged just before the Kernel 41. The more information you provide, the better change you have to get your issue fixed. Attaching latest BSOD dump files Windows creates is also very important. If you don't know how to attach a dump file, read this tutorial.
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