PC Keeps randomly rebooting (kernel-power ID 41 BSoD)

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TenaciousDean

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Hey guys, I've searched everywhere and can't find any solutions to this problem. I've posted in a few other places and no one seems to be extremely helpful. M

I've pinned it down so far to most likely being a driver related issue, but so far I've not been able to find anything wrong with my drivers, according to device manager and driver versifier anyway.

Any information you have on this issue will be helpful, I'm really starting to tear my hair out with this one so please pleasse help me.

Thanks in advance
 
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I've edited your post to remove the link. Please post what the problem is here so users don't have to go to another site to view it. Thanks. :)

Also, please do not "bump" a thread until at least 24 hours has gone by.
 

TenaciousDean

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Update- I also had an issue regarding my cpu being incredibly high for no apparent reason so I clean installed windows again and that problem has disappeared, can't speak for the reboots yet though.

[Edit] Nope, just rebooted twice, once due to TaskScheduler (?)

[Another edit] I'm not sure what happened with Task Scheduler but I ended up opening my computer and found a couple of loose connections to the Motherboard (including the 4 pin one next to 24 pin), so I'm assuming it's that for now. Anyway if I don't write here again, assume it worked.
 
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