Kernel power 41 error is known for automatically rebooting your system in the middle of any gameplay or application. Here are some better ideas to deal with the error.
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You’re just 3 steps away from fixing this problem…
1. Download and install the Diagnostic
2. Run full scan
3. Perform system clean-up & repair
Estimated download time: 10 Seconds
Configure Power Settings
Your computer’s power settings are incorrectly set up. There are power management options that you can restore to defaults.
1. Type Power Options in the Search Box on your Taskbar.
2. Open Power Options from the Search Results.
3. Click the link named Change plan settings ahead of your current plan.
4. Click the Save changes.
Hibernate, a power management feature similar to sleep, stores all open documents, and applications to the hard disk. Failure to do so results into Kernel Power 41 error.
1. Press Windows Key + R.
2. Type RegEdit in the Open textbox, click OK.
3. Locate the following subkey:
- HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE | SYSTEM | CurrentControlSet | Control | Power
4. Double-click the string named HibernateEnabled into the right-hand side.
5. Replace the existing value with 0.
6. Click OK.
7. Exit out of the screen and restart.
Update the BIOS
Your BIOS may be outdated. Visit the system board manufacturer’s website and go to the Drivers & Downloads section. Select the operating system you’re currently running, and initiate the download.
Check Conflicts with Hardware Components
There may be a hardware failure. You might want to disconnect any recently connected hardware devices.
System Files Repair
System file checker checks protected operating system files.
1. Press Windows Key + X.
2. Select Command Prompt (Admin).
3. Execute SFC /ScanNow command.
Restore Operating System
System Restore is one of the most useful kinds of utilities in Windows. It makes your computer usable after an unexpected change in system settings.
1. Right-click This PC icon, select Properties.
2. Click Advanced system settings.
3. Click System Protection tab.
4. Click System Restore.
5. Choose Recommended restore option, click Next.