Hi all im having an issue with kernel power what i have done
disabled fast boot
disable pcie link management
turned max processor power to 99%
deleted old drivers and installed new gpu drivers
Going to switch in old gpu and see if that fixes it otherwise any help would be awesome
Kernel 41 is an unexpected shutdown. Nothing else before that in the logs? What are you seeing exactly? BSOD? Black screen then a reboot? Is the PC turning itself off?
When the screen goes black. How long before it restarts?
Hard to say since the system isn't telling you much. It sounds like the system just loses power momentarily and restarts. If that's the case, the 'crash' should be very abrupt. Black screen, your speakers might 'pop'. Then the fans should rev as you POST again. If there's a delay between the screen going black and the restart, it could be something else.
Keep an eye on it. I have seen some bugs in the past with GPU drivers where they'd restart instead of BSOD'ing.
hey mike happened again during loading apex legends screen was white then when i clicked apex went black then restarted also how do i check my dump files where would i find them because ive searched in file explorer before and seen nothing i might switch gpus and see if it persists
I've always liked bluescreenview for an easy way to pull and view BSOD's: https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/bluescreenview-x64.zip
But if there were any they should have shown in event viewer as a bugcheck event.
It's possible that it can. I assume you have an NVMe drive. With the GPU and drive being on the PCIe bus it's possible for the GPU to crash, black screen and then whatever happens can't be written to the drive. If the PSU is ruled and the old GPU works fine, sounds like a bad GPU.
Doubt it's a VBIOS issue. Probably a hardware failure on the board, since it seems to knock out the PCIe bus when it fails under load.
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