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Windows 7: PC froze: What to look for in Event Viewer

25 Feb 2014   #1
arjfca

windows 7 Pro x64
 
 
PC froze: What to look for in Event Viewer

Hello

Lately I got problem with my PC. I just can't source what could be the origin of the problem.

I did post a tread
How to know what caused Windows to crash.

Now, I want to be more specific on the information that I could get ( if there is any) from Windows Event Viewer

While I was working, A blue screen with a message that Windows had to close because a device had a failure. No message of the device

- I shot down and reload... same message
- I shot down, replace my SSD with a previous one Same problem
- Remove a data hard disk with my old SSD. System start ok
- Replace the new SSD without data hard disk, system start ok
- Replace the data hard disk with New ssd, system start ok

This is an intermittent problem. I can't source the origin of the problem

- did a defrag on my data disk ( not on the SSD). All ok

I'm looking on the Events Viewer and I see critical error message. But, it is like a foreign language for me
Kernel Power ID 41 (63)

Again, any help trully appreciated
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25 Feb 2014   #2
richc46

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, clean install, upgrade disc
 
 

Event viewer is not always the best way to go in this situation;
This post that I made in our Vista Forum may be more helpful
Computer Freezing! Help! - Page 3
I think that the clean boot mentioned in that post would be the best place to start
Troubleshoot Application Conflicts by Performing a Clean Startup
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