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ROG G75VW keeps rebooting


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Maxime Gauvin

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I have a laptop Asus Rog G75VW. it is working perfectly fine, but it does shutdown on its own sometimes. Ive noticed it only happens when I am playing games. 

Ive done a few test, GPU never goes higher temp then 75. its doesnt shut down during hardware stress test...


Ive been working in IT for 5 years now and Ive tried everything I could think of...


I did monitor the system with few softwares, temps arent high or anything seems wrong. The only thing I noticed is the PSU gets

really hot when I play video games. But is there any way to test it. Because I dont want to spend 70$ on a psu if it still shut down.


The eventvwr says Kernel-Power (event 41).




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:welcome:   Maxime Gauvin,


The eventvwr says Kernel-Power (event 41).



One of the hardest ones to pin down as all it means is that something caused Windows to shutdown prematurely.


The only thing I noticed is the PSU gets really hot when I play video games. But is there any way to test it. 



No way to comprehensively test the AC adapter I`m afraid but what you could do is fully charge your battery, disconnect the AC adapter from the notebook and then play one of the games that normally crashes the computer.

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