Windows 10: Frequent INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR BSOD

Discus and support Frequent INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR BSOD in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; HISTORY I built my computer with my dad about 6 years ago and it has been generally well-performing in that time. My general level of tech knowledge is... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by downstairs, May 4, 2021 at 9:38 AM.

  1. Frequent INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR BSOD


    HISTORY I built my computer with my dad about 6 years ago and it has been generally well-performing in that time. My general level of tech knowledge is going to be less than some users of this forum but my desire to fix this problem is strong, so please be patient if I ask you to explain! Several months ago I started to notice a progressively worsening flicker/tearing on the left side of my ~10-year old monitor, but only when doing certain things (scrolling in a web browser, etc.). Unsure if this was hardware or software related, I checked to see if drivers were updated for my video card via Device Manager (which said they were up to date), then manually downloaded/updated the drivers from the manufacturer anyway, which did not fix the problem either. A few days ago I bought a new monitor, and since that time haven't had any more display issues. However, the same evening I replaced the monitor started to get a frequent and recurrent INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR BSOD. This error occurs once every 1-2 hours, regardless of whether I am using my computer or not. The computer works normally for the next hour or two, BSOD, restart, etc. RECENT ACTIONS After some novice googling, I found user in this forum who seemed to be experiencing a similar error. I downloaded the BlueScreenView program which pointed me toward the storport.sys and ntoskrnl.exe drivers as being the source of the BSODs, but this is where my novice knowledge abandons me. I need some practiced help! Six calls to MS Support later, under a technician's guidance, I have (in this order): Installed Driver Booster and updated outdated drivers (there were 7)System restored my machine to a point before the crashes startedPower cycled my computer (shut down, unplug, press power, restart)"In-place upgrade" Windows 10 -- reinstalling Windows while keeping apps and filesPhysically removed and replaced the video cardRolled back video card drivers to December release So far, nothing has worked. I'm attaching the log files in hopes you can help. Windows 10 Pro // Version 20H2 // OS Build 19042.867 970M-(2021-04-10_13-45-59).zip

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  2. Zagato Win User

    BSOD - Internal_power_error Keeps coming up


    Hi guys

    The BSOD - Internal_power_error keeps coming up (every few hours) after a few softwares were installed several days ago, and then the system restarts. The softwares include
    • AVG PC Tuneup 2016
    • Acronis True Image 2016
    • KMPLAYER, etc

    Here's what I've done to try to put things right:
    Learnt that the error is somehow related to GPU/Network adaptor drivers, so had these drivers uninstalled and reinstalled, no luck.
    Also uninstalled AVG PC Tuneup, no luck.
    Finally reinstalled Windows 10, no luck as well.*Sad

    Attached herewith the debug file, kindly have a look and advise. Million thanks!
     
  3. Internal_Power_Error BSOD

    I've tried several solutions posted in various discussions with this problem, and so far, have had no success.

    I recently upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10 Pro x64, and every 10 minutes, even if the only thing that's running are background programs, I will get a BSOD for an Internal_Power_Error. I've tried updating the latest drivers for my GPU and network adapter,
    I've tried increasing the size of the hibernation file, I've borrowed a friend's GE Force GTX 660 GPU to test if I still get the same error, and I've tried rebooting in safe mode, disabling the original GPU and network drivers as described here: Windows 10 - internal power error

    None of these solutions have stopped my desktop from getting a BSOD every 10-20 minutes and the reason displayed each time is "Internal_Power_Error". I'm getting to the point where I just want to roll back to Windows 7, because I can't get any work done
    on my desktop right now.

    PC is a custom build (not by me). 6GB RAM, AMD Phenom II X4 955 processor, AMD Radeon HD 5670 GPU.

    EDIT:

    Motherboard is a Gigabyte GA-MA785GMT-UD2H.

    Here is a dropbox link that contains the system info, dump files, and driver report requested: Dropbox - Dump Folder - Simplify your life
     
    Mitsurugi52, May 4, 2021 at 9:43 AM
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  4. PCG
    PCG Win User

    Frequent INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR BSOD

    BSOD INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR After Hibernation Mode

    I updated the ASMedia USB 30 drivers and after a few wake up cycles had another INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR bsod. The new dump file is attached. I will now move onto the Samsung secnvme.sys driver to see if that helps.
     
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