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Windows 7: Event ID 41 Kernal Power error cause BSOD's

22 Nov 2010   #21

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit

I agree with Tews completely.

Congratulations on being BSOD free. That is the news we love to hear!! Stay away from ZA. It just does not work well with Win 7. I am sure they will get it right down the road. Thanks for reporting back and happy computing! :)

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 Event ID 41 Kernal Power error cause BSOD's

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