Kernel Power Event ID 41

  bpzoom 13 Oct 11

I know this was last raised here in 2009/2010, I have started to get these reboots on a regular but intermittent basis for the past 2 months, so far, always when returning to an idle machine with nothing running. I have a DEL Inspiron 580 with Windows 7 Home Premium Edition (64-bit) with Service Pack 1. Has anything been resolved for this issue in recent times please? I have read the Microsoft article 2028504 and have not attempted to associate my problem with those 3 scenarios and their so-called resolutions. I am not very technically proficient and hope there is a straightforward solution, but judging from the 2009/20010 comments doubt there is one. I noticed some victims quoted their Eventdata, so here is mine for what it may be worth. Bugcheckcode80 BugcheckParameter1 0xffffffffffffffd0 BugcheckParameter2 0x1 BugcheckParameter3 0xfffff800032cce0d BugcheckParameter4 0x0 SleepinProgress false PowerButtonTimestamp0

  bpzoom 24 Oct 11

With no replies after 10 days I guess no one has an answer. I have just had another after a lapse of over one week. I will close this if no one replies soon. The bugnumber is 80 again.

  Makcalable 24 Oct 11

Hi Buddy check this link out here

  lotvic 24 Oct 11

He already did... "I have read the Microsoft article 2028504"

  bpzoom 30 Oct 11

Turned off the sleep function for screen and PC, and only use sleep when I want it. So far no subsequent Kernel Power errors. Maybe the problem lies with W7 and the sleep function? I am closing this thread.


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