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Discus and support Critical error kernel-power 41 63 in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; Hello, My laptop used to present a BSOD every 10 days, roughly, but now it is doing it every day in the evening. It is always a kernel-power 41 63... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by Alonso Perez Lona, May 21, 2020.

  1. Critical error kernel-power 41 63


    Hello,


    My laptop used to present a BSOD every 10 days, roughly, but now it is doing it every day in the evening. It is always a kernel-power 41 63 error. The bugcodes vary, it features bugcodes 0, 209, 10, 269. The last error bugcode 10 happened after I used the verifier, it crashed before starting Windows, so I had to deactivate it using Safe Mode. Below is the link for the latest three minidumps, as well as my system info file. I hope you could help me. Thank you in advance.


    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NQcA5P8FST6nvOPRdtY_eqbuITOmQFyn/view?usp=sharing

    :)
     
    Alonso Perez Lona, May 21, 2020
    #1
  2. Tahman 2 Win User

    Win 10 Pro BSOD Critical Event Id Kernel-Power 41 (63)

    My PC is crashing repeatedly. It suffers numerous BSODs spontaneously, intermittently, unexpectedly & improperly as recorded in Event Viewer System Log as follows:

    Critical 29/08/2018 19:37:09 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 29/08/2018 19:25:26 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 29/08/2018 19:05:56 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 29/08/2018 18:49:55 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 29/08/2018 18:47:23 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 29/08/2018 18:28:32 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 29/08/2018 17:51:16 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 29/08/2018 16:57:45 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 29/08/2018 12:05:36 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 29/08/2018 11:51:35 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 28/08/2018 18:26:46 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 28/08/2018 17:55:01 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 28/08/2018 17:24:04 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 28/08/2018 08:49:32 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 28/08/2018 08:41:52 Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    The BSOD screens imparted words to effect as follows:

    Driver_IRQL_Not_Less_Than_Or_Equal

    Bad Pool Header

    Memory Management

    Attempted to write to readonly memory

    Bad system config info

    Driver_IRQL_Not_Less_Than_Or_Equal
     
    Tahman 2, May 21, 2020
    #2
  3. JimW2013 Win User
    Windows 10 Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power Critical Error 41 (63) Solution please.

    I've already torn down, cleaned, and reassembled every single piece of hardware on my PC.

    Here's what I'm getting -

    Critical
    1/8/2017 12:41:01 PM
    Kernel-Power
    41
    (63)
    17

    Critical
    1/7/2017 12:24:31 PM
    Kernel-Power
    41
    (63)
    16

    Critical
    1/6/2017 12:08:03 PM
    Kernel-Power
    41
    (63)
    16

    Critical
    1/5/2017 11:52:08 AM
    Kernel-Power
    41
    (63)
    17

    Critical
    1/4/2017 11:35:36 AM
    Kernel-Power
    41
    (63)
    16

    Critical
    1/3/2017 11:19:09 AM
    Kernel-Power
    41
    (63)
    17

    Critical
    1/2/2017 11:02:43 AM
    Kernel-Power
    41
    (63)
    16

    Critical
    1/1/2017 10:46:14 AM
    Kernel-Power
    41
    (63)
    17

    Please note the last column - the figures in that column indicate the minutes over 24 hours since the last DPC_Watchdog shutdown. I've been tracking this since early November. If it was a hardware issue, don't you think the errors would be more random in
    nature?

    Additionally, I have a laptop that's barely 2 years old and it's experiencing the exact same thing. But, it's got completely different hardware from the PC. How does Microsoft explain that? They won't, don't or can't.

    I'm learning to live with the issue, but it REALLY **** me off.
     
    JimW2013, May 21, 2020
    #3
  4. Critical error kernel-power 41 63

    Critical Kernel-Power error when GPU is on load

    Hello there,

    I'm currently facing very annoying critical Kernel-Power errors every time my GPU is on load. Since Monday, 20. Feb. 2017 I'm using a GTX 1070. Right after installing the gpu I ran Grand theft auto 5 on maximum settings for testing. Everything was fine until
    after a couple of minutes my PC suddenly shut down and rebooted on it's own. This happened a second time and a third time testing with Diablo 3, which is far less performance hungry.

    So I checked the event viewer, which showed me:

    Critical 2/20/2017 8:03:06 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    -
    System

    -
    Provider

    [ Name]
    Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power

    [ Guid]
    {331C3B3A-2005-44C2-AC5E-77220C37D6B4}

    EventID
    41

    Version
    4

    Level
    1

    Task
    63

    Opcode
    0

    Keywords
    0x8000400000000002

    -
    TimeCreated

    [ SystemTime]
    2017-02-20T19:03:06.867768800Z

    EventRecordID
    9585

    Correlation

    -
    Execution

    [ ProcessID]
    4

    [ ThreadID]
    8

    Channel
    System

    Computer
    DESKTOP-VASTNMS

    -
    Security

    [ UserID]
    S-1-5-18

    -
    EventData

    BugcheckCode
    0

    BugcheckParameter1
    0x0

    BugcheckParameter2
    0x0

    BugcheckParameter3
    0x0

    BugcheckParameter4
    0x0

    SleepInProgress
    0

    PowerButtonTimestamp
    0

    BootAppStatus
    0

    Checkpoint
    0

    ConnectedStandbyInProgress
    false

    SystemSleepTransitionsToOn
    0

    CsEntryScenarioInstanceId
    0

    I also observed that I had Kernel-Power issues in the past, using my Radeon HD 7870 - though I never realized them until now. Regarding the times they occurred, I obviously wasn't sitting at my PC at that time.

    Here is the full log:

    GTX 1070

    Critical 2/23/2017 9:49:38 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 2/23/2017 8:35:29 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 2/22/2017 10:46:03 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 2/22/2017 7:54:51 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 2/22/2017 7:39:33 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 2/21/2017 11:31:00 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 2/21/2017 10:04:50 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 2/21/2017 8:55:30 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 2/20/2017 8:40:22 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 2/20/2017 8:03:06 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Radeon HD 7870

    Critical 2/16/2017 3:51:17 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 2/15/2017 4:24:28 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 2/12/2017 10:01:03 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 2/7/2017 2:04:45 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 12/30/2016 6:19:47 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 12/29/2016 8:55:58 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 12/28/2016 8:48:18 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 12/13/2016 12:29:26 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 12/10/2016 9:43:17 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 12/10/2016 12:11:12 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 12/5/2016 2:58:53 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 12/4/2016 4:21:52 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 11/14/2016 9:38:57 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 11/14/2016 7:58:42 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 11/13/2016 7:33:02 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 11/12/2016 8:11:42 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 11/11/2016 11:08:17 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 11/11/2016 11:45:07 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 11/10/2016 8:13:30 PM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 10/30/2016 1:04:36 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 10/20/2016 8:56:09 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    Critical 10/6/2016 3:56:10 AM Kernel-Power
    41 (63)

    At first I suspected my Power Supply Unit as the malefactor, so I bought a new one. The shut downs continued.

    I've monitored my temperatures during load and they were perfectly fine. (Cpu @ ~50°C and GPU @ 60-70°C).

    Furthermore I do not receive any Kernel-Power errors when my PC is idle or used for browsing, streaming via VoD, etc. (My computer is almost running 24/7)

    So I did try an older version of my graphics driver - no effect

    updated Chipset and BIOS (UEFI) - no effect

    My pc specifications:

    Win 10 prof 64bit

    Intel Xeon E3-1230 v3

    GAINWARD GeForce GTX 1070 Phoenix GS 8 (brand-new)

    ASRock Z87 Pro3 Mainboard

    16 Gb G.skill DDR3 (800Mhz)

    Crucial_CT512MX100 SSD 500 Gb

    beQuiet Pure Power 10 (500W) PSU (brand-new)
     
    Bud_Spanker, May 21, 2020
    #4
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