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BSOD - EVENT 41 After CPU Upgrade

A bios version prior to 1604 will cause issues with the 8350. So far not getting any critical errors on reboot. Sometimes windows drivers will conflict when changing a CPU even when the motherboard has not been changed. The fact that the reboots didn't start happening until after upgrading along with the fact that the Stop Error BugcheckCode and PowerButtonTimestamp both have a value of "0" is why a

Case Silver with a neat Samsung logo Cooling sub-par, gotta get around to working on it soon Worked on it - still sub-par! :( Hard Drives One Samsung 1tB drive - I'm labeling this problem as solved. Looking into event viewer I noticed a pattern. The problem is a layer cake and I'm still not in the middle yet, but this means something.

After installing the upgrades the system ran fine for a week or so, but then I started getting random reboots where the system would unexpectedly restart itself. Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware For temp, I use HWMonitor. The issue is about a year old now and isn't as apparent as when windows 7 was released, but a lot of people on the net never did find a solution

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For the past 5 days, my pc has crashed once per day. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... I've run the OCCT Power Supply Test for two 12 hour intervals now putting maximum draw on the psu trying to initiate an accelerated failure of a faulty component as TempliNocturnus Yes, you WANT it to be set up so it fails, and quickly.

I think this is pointing towards a bad file system and I'm still leaning towards a corrupt windows installation. Internet Speed too slow when I'm waiting for a download to finish Browser Yes, I use this (Firefox mostly, w/IE next most) Antivirus Windows Defender and Windows Firewall Other Info I'm I just got my RMA approved by Antec so I'm sending it off tomorrow. That issue about the desktop window manager being under heavy contention and the cpu being over utilized has been resolved.

But no, My computer still restart after I took out the bad RAM. A bios version prior to 1604 will cause issues with the 8350. Every psu I have owned always has made the click when I power it up or after it cuts off when I shut the system down. In the 19 days since my last post I haven't had a single reboot.

Finally, someone else stated they resolved their similar issue by bumping up their MCP, NB, and DRAM voltages slightly. Hello, well I changed my processor back to the old one and everything runs great again with no blue screen in sight, but when I tried to update the bios through Windows 7 and up hides well known extensions. I've tried the sfc /scannow and windows resource protection didn't find any integrity violations.

There are two big scenarios which make this so frustrating to troubleshoot: [1] A minidump is never created when it happens. this content BSOD Help and Support After BSOD Event Viewer Logs Event ID 3012 and 3011 every time I bootI was running 3DMark06 and got a BSOD code 124. Computer Type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Samsung/NP780 OS Win8.1Pro - Finally!!! I had 1 other issue last night and this morning, my PC didn't post the first time I turned it on.

SSD's were temperamental when they first came out, but their reliability has improved greatly over the last year or two. Could you export and post a copy of your system event logs containing these events? If we assume the psu is to blame then why wouldn't it fail under maximum draw during the OCCT test? weblink However looking at the EVO and the PRO they list support for your CPU but only with bios version 1604 or later.

I will have to install another disc drive (I have a spare) and will try the repair first, I hope I do not have to reinstall the OS. I'd suggest running the OCCT Power Supply test overnight or so; this basically runs the other tests simultaneously to achieve maximum draw from your PSU. Sometimes with BSOD, sometimes a Screenflickering followed by complete freeze.

An AMD tech contacted me with a couple of suggestions.

Have you tried another PSU? Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. This is ALL controllers, not just the one that the SSD is attached to. A crash during a bios update will most likely render your motherbord unusable without sending it into ASUS for a bios chip replacement.If you do have bios version 1604 I would check which bios you have from within windows I found #1 as the easiest method you do not have 1604 you will need to update your bios. Ever since I uninstalled the security essentials my computer has been running right the way it should be. Since then, either 2 things would happen. I must be doing something wrong somewhere?

What I think is maybe the ECO mode of my PSU does not work, so it cause the temperature of those components in the PSU going to high, and finally cut I've just done a clean install of win8 on my 500gb hdd and not my SSD. Also, before The event 41, there were two events always show up. Monitor(s) Displays 56" LCD PSU Coolmax CUQ-1200B ATX SLI ready 1200w PS Case Cooler Master HAF 932 ATX Full Tower Case.

Only problem is, if I turn the fast boot back on, it didn't cause a 41 (63) so I'm not 100% sure if thats the cause or not. Is it ISO? When reinstalled, it will either prompt you for a driver or use a generic driver that matches the class ID. Here is the other error (following the most recent event id 41 reboot at 7:42:11 PM tonight) Log Name: System Source: EventLog Event ID: 6008 Level: Error Logged: 5/28/2011 7:47:45 PM

I have the M5A97-ASUS-1605.7z file of 2.24 MB in my downloads but cant seem to be able to get it to update the bios? During the testing the cpu was between 67-69*C and if overheating was the problem then it would have forced a crash or another spontaneous reboot with the cpu being stressed at I'll try all that when I get to the hardware side of troubleshooting; right now I'm still focused on exploring the possibility of it being software related. with the ASUS M5A97 EVO R1.0 you need 1604 bios to upgrade with FX-8350.

I do have to give a bit of a backstory before I can dive into the heart of the matter (I apologize) since the info might be relevant. Hope this will solve the problem. I've seen one other instance recently - so maybe there's an update that's not compatible with certain hardware? (just speculation) Also, I noted that you had an error when attempting to Well, I don't use HDMI audio so I disabled the AMD audio driver and this seemed to work for a while, but it wasn't long before the reboots started happening again.

Its just a matter of if you have a back up PSU or not. And I tried to Chang the power balance setting, some settings in MSIafterburner(update: I uninstalled already); disable the rest audio drives. Thanks again. For all intent and purposes it worked and my comp has been running fine.