Event ID 41....Power Kernel

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Re: Event ID 41....Power Kernel

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camaroguy1998 wrote: Wed Nov 03, 2021 10:39 pm Back up and running!
I shipped the bad memory out last Wed. and received the replacement memory today(Wed).
I installed it and have run Memory Diagnostic Tool twice and it passed both times!

Also returned the test memory to BestBuy and got my money back!
All is good and lets hope it stays that way!
:) :) :)
WOOHOO! :partyman: :supz:

Still weird to have both go bad at the same time :-k
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Re: Event ID 41....Power Kernel

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KnightRid wrote: Thu Nov 04, 2021 3:51 am
camaroguy1998 wrote: Wed Nov 03, 2021 10:39 pm Back up and running!
I shipped the bad memory out last Wed. and received the replacement memory today(Wed).
I installed it and have run Memory Diagnostic Tool twice and it passed both times!

Also returned the test memory to BestBuy and got my money back!
All is good and lets hope it stays that way!
:) :) :)
WOOHOO! :partyman: :supz:

Still weird to have both go bad at the same time :-k
Winner winner chicken dinner. lets hope it's fixed permanently :)
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Re: Event ID 41....Power Kernel

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Had a "Freak Out" moment earlier!
I sat down moved the mouse and nothing happened, hit the left button a couple times NOTHING! :shock:
Hit the Windows button on the keyboard and the screen came up!
Battery in my mouse died! Had me sweating bullets for a minute! :yikes:

Still running and zero issues! Ok almost zero, as far as I'm concerned Batteries don't count! :lol:
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Re: Event ID 41....Power Kernel

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camaroguy1998 wrote: Fri Nov 05, 2021 1:23 am Had a "Freak Out" moment earlier!
I sat down moved the mouse and nothing happened, hit the left button a couple times NOTHING! :shock:
Hit the Windows button on the keyboard and the screen came up!
Battery in my mouse died! Had me sweating bullets for a minute! :yikes:

Still running and zero issues! Ok almost zero, as far as I'm concerned Batteries don't count! :lol:
that would have got me sweating for sure. however batteries do count. Like the cmos battery...... just saying :-k

But all negative things aside glad your up and running once again :)
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Re: Event ID 41....Power Kernel

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:supz:
2 Weeks and No Issues and it has passed Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool, Twice!

I'm satisfied, Problem Solved!
:) :) :)

And it only cost me the shipping $8.00
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Re: Event ID 41....Power Kernel

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camaroguy1998 wrote: Wed Nov 17, 2021 11:37 pm :supz:
2 Weeks and No Issues and it has passed Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool, Twice!

I'm satisfied, Problem Solved!
:) :) :)

And it only cost me the shipping $8.00
Awesome! I still hate that warranty service charges shipping though, just seems wrong.
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Re: Event ID 41....Power Kernel

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camaroguy1998 wrote: Wed Nov 17, 2021 11:37 pm :supz:
2 Weeks and No Issues and it has passed Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool, Twice!

I'm satisfied, Problem Solved!
:) :) :)

And it only cost me the shipping $8.00
No issues, no worries. Shipping cost on warranty sucks though.
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Re: Event ID 41....Power Kernel

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I agree that shipping costs should not be a thing! :(
IMHO, when someone returns an item to the factory under warranty,
the shipping should be refunded if/when the item has been determined to be defective!

But, with that said....The issues I was having indicated something major was a problem and it could have been a few different things!
I feel a bit lucky it was not the Mobo/CPU, which would mean a Total Tear Down! ](*,) or the PSU, another PITA!
Or Windows, which would mean a reload and possibility of losing everything I had on the SSD!<<< Or the SSD itself!

It turned out to be, probably the easiest part to replace!
So $8.00 is a bit of a Relief! =D>

Also, I learned a couple things I did not know before!
sfc/scannow is a pretty useful tool.
Windows has a decent memory diagnostic tool built in! :)
I also learned about "Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth"
That was able to clean up what the faulty Memory was causing!
And Again $8.00 not that big of a deal, considering what it might have been!

When I brought up the puter today there's a message saying Windows11 is ready to be downloaded and installed!(see new post)
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