[DISCUSSION] Windows 10 Final Build 19041/2.1/208/264/329/388/450 (PC) [20H1/2 vb_release]

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Enthousiast, Dec 10, 2019.

  1. sdsffd

    sdsffd MDL Novice

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    Where can i download this iso?

    pl_windows_10_consumer_editions_version_20h2_updated_dec_2020_x64_dvd_44051089.iso
     
  2. LostED

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  3. MS_User

    MS_User MDL Guru

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    anyone experiencing improper reboots 19042.685 u can see i been getting quite a few always same error 41 looks like a issue with kernel power...i try...DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth but did not help or fixed anything.

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  4. MS_User

    MS_User MDL Guru

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    im running the latest drivers ....i change my power settings lets see how that goes.
     
  5. nosirrahx

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    I got 2 on a system that was previously rock stable. 2 really isn't statistically important though so I am not sure this is relevant to your issue.
     
  6. TigTex

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    Kernel power usually it's an hardware problem, not software.
     
  7. MS_User

    MS_User MDL Guru

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    it can be a few thing is not excluded to HW only and no i dont have any HW failure no issues in my device manager...did a mem test and it past...CPU temperature is good.
     
  8. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    It could be a PSU problem, etcetc...
     
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  9. cyberkeeper1

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    also I will have to try this new build.
     
  10. MS_User

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    is a laptop and the charger is good.
     
  11. WindowsGeek

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    Some software issue can be causing the improper shutdown.
     
  12. Chevalier54

    Chevalier54 MDL Novice

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    Yes, i have the samething sometime when i start a video movie with Power DVD. Soon, i will change the PSU.
     
  13. MS_User

    MS_User MDL Guru

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    read first
    #5930 Yesterday at 11:09
     
  14. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Did you boot into safe mode, no drivers loaded, etcetc... or booted a winpe(se) live ISO and did it occur too?

    Your power adapter and batt can be ok, the circuits or the components like the capacitors on the pcb can be damaged.
     
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    I have been working on PCs since 1983, one way or another. Some small amount at work, much more at home fixing, upgrading, repairing, building computers for friends, family, co-workers, etc. I suspect many here have the same background. If I suspected hardware, I would first change out the power supply, and if that didn't work, then the motherboard. Not quite so easy on a notebook, I know. I have in the past swapped out the motherboard on a notebook, but I have vowed never to do that again.

    One test I like to make before condemning the hardware is to swap out the hard drive (thus preserving my old install). Then perform a fresh install of Windows on a clean hard drive. If Windows installs and runs with no errors on the clean hard drive, that pretty much eliminates hardware errors in my experience. I'm assuming that you have checked the error report for the hard drive, of course.
     
  16. MS_User

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    SSD pass no issues

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  17. Ratha ITC

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    @MS_User if it's a laptop, then make sure the CPU's voltage isn't messed up. If you overclocked the RAM or undervolted the CPU via BIOS or Intel XTU, then reset it. If CPU voltage isn't messed up, then the last thing to do is to test your RAM using any tool like memtest, etc. Mainboard failure also causes kernel power problem.
     
  18. donmiller

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    #5939 donmiller, Jan 7, 2021
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    <<<Warning Opinions Ahead>>>
    Bad or intermittently unstable hard drives can be problematic. If you suspect a hard drive issue, you can boot to a bootable Windows 10 USB command prompt and run "Chkdsk". Also, you can deploy 3rd party utilities on bootable USBs such as partition managers (e.g. AOMEI PA, MiniTool PW, EaseUS PM, etc.) to run GUIs that execute Chkdsk. OEM utilities that come with SSDs and Harddrives can be used to examine the hard drive self-checking S.M.A.R.T. diagnostic parameters to determine the health of the drive. Performing a complete clean install of Windows 10 is not a guarantee that the hard drive is O.K. or will remain stable.

    It's unclear how you would preserve the files and configuration of your "old install" by performing a clean install. A clean install generally erases your "old install" of Windows and replaces it with a new install.

    If you become concerned about other hardware issues, many laptops (and some desktops) come with diagnostics built into the BIOS that can be executed to determine the health of various system components. Some OEMs provide diagnostic tools for their motherboards.

    Keep in mind that hardware issues are generally not the focus of this thread.
     
  19. alucke

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    I am having the same problems.