Originally Posted by Frag Maniac
Out of curiosity, what audio device are you using and what and how many audio devices are shown and enabled (not same as default) in Device Manager?
For some that type of lockup has been circumvented by disabling non used audio devices in Device Manager (such as HDMI HD Audio if you're using onboard, or vise versa).
Most don't seem to have a problem with two or more audio devices being enabled in DM, because Windows only allows one audio device at a time as the default, but for those whom do, this has been known to help.
Also make sure the higher power devices are put on separate power rails of the PSU. For instance GPU on it's own rail, HDDs on another, etc.
Don't pay too much attention to error 41, because it's just the fact that you had to hard reboot after the crash. It's just Windows saying there was an unexpected shut down.
There's also blue screen errors 100 and 124 that apply to not enough memory or CPU voltage, in case you're getting those, but that should only happen with a CPU and/or FSB OC that is unstable.
Lastly, what RAM are you using and how is it configured in the BIOS? If you're not OCing you should just enable the XMP profile for it.
Hey, thanks for the reply when i go into device manager>sound, video and game controllers i have:
AMD High definition audio device
Realtek High definition audio device
I am also using a pair of turtlebeach x11 to hear the sounds if that makes any difference
Regarding putting the different devices on a different power rail I am not sure how to do that
I have never had a blue screen error whilst doing this
Originally Posted by Iceni
What make and model is that wireless network card.
are you running 32 bit or 64 bit.
Have you checked to see if the wireless network card has a certified driver for 64 bit if you are running 64 bit.
You might find the card is running on legacy 32 bit drivers and it's causing a hardware corruption. Or it may be that the card is faulty.
If you can connect to the net with a cable and remove the wireless adapter for a few days and see if the problem goes away.
Links to some very similar sounding problems
The model of Wireless network card I am using is :
TP-Link 300MBps TL-WN951N
I have the latest drivers for this piece of hardware, I will try what you said with the ethernet cable when I can get my hands on one long enough to reach to the other room - this is worth a try as I have no done anything surrounding the network card