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  1. Updating for the guy who'll have the same issue and look on 450 forums just like I was not long ago : Buying a new PSU solved my problem and it appears to be that in a majority of similar cases. Don't bother too much with troubleshootings like I did.
  2. Updating for the guy who'll have the same issue and look on 450 forums just like I was not long ago : Buying a new PSU solved my problem and it appears to be that in a majority of similar cases. Don't bother too much with troubleshootings like I did.
  3. I found out how to fix it : go in My Documents/My Games/F1 2020, delete both folders hardwaresettings and benchmarks. Relaunch the game. Dunnow how did it come from though.
  4. Thanks ! In the meantime, as the Recovery Tool erased pretty much of the installation in the end, I performed another 2004 clean install. And yes I can confirm that Trackmania and F1 2020 run just fine (despite some strange graphics bug I never had on the latter) without crash for the moment. I don't know if it's a question of time (maybe Windows gets overwhelmed somehow somewhere at some point) or of installed programs (I may have forced my way into Photoshop but still it cohabited fine for a few days) but in the beginning, everything works. That's why I don't think it's about hardware nor bios/bios settings nor drivers. (Honestly I'd be glad to be sure just to buy a new PSU instead of dragging this issue for months) But if it's software, why does it happen all of sudden, why no BSOD etc.. HEADACHE
  5. I understand all that but then how come it worked just yesterday. It was the same drivers, the same windows version, the same game version etc. And even if they wanna push me to upgrade it isnt supposed not to be playable at all Also, interseting (lol) to note that time trial, and so in game engine doesn't crash. I'm able to run as much laps I want in time trial, but I can't launch a GP nor a My Team mode. Maybe it's about the engine when in barracks of the paddock interface... But still it crashes on trakmania so I dont expect any logic.
  6. Crashes still happen with Turbo Mode disabled Thanks, I'll use that for a new clean install if restore point doesnt work But anyway, do you still think it can be a hardware problem even if it worked sometimes before january and then worked again (for a time) on a clean install ?
  7. I had tried the BIOS update (on your suggestion already) and the SSD firmwares update too. I had no choice but to take the 2004 Windows version in the Creation Tool :/ But it worked fine for 5 days of troubleshooting, 3 hours of F1 2020 and 10 of Trackmania. And all of a sudden today it came back. Can it still be windows ? On my way to the BIOS disabling Turbo mode then
  8. Good morning, I have been able to play F1 2020 for one day but now it is just crashing everytime I launch my team (just after the loading screen). I experience this issue when the computer restarts without BSOD nor a particular crash, it just restarts as if I asked it to. In the event viewer, the only thing being said is Critical Error, Kernel-Power, event 41 category 63, keyword (70368744177664),(2). It doesn't indicate much though, if I'm right, as it only says that the previous reboot was not meant to happen. I had already had this issue on F1 2019. For which I did this topic : https://forums.codemasters.com/topic/44951-f1-2019-instant-crash-into-computer-restart/ That was a funny story too. I had been able to play for months, then this issue appeared and kept coming even when I thought I had found a fix. Finally, I performed a Windows clean install and complet reset of all my hard drives and the issue is gone THOUGH I've never been able to know what was the cause, not even a clue if it was hardware or software. Even now, since it is still installed. But now, the issue came back through F1 2020. "Through", because everything was great since the clean install. Trackmania (the new one, on which I also had this issue but the clean install fixed it) was working well, and even my first 3 hours of F1 2020 were going well. But today I log in and the issue is back on those two games. At this point, I just want to know if anyone has a clue about whether it is a hardware problem or a software problem. As I said, it really seems to be an hardware one, PSU related, but how come everything worked well after the clean install, and how come it works properly and never crashes when I push the computer to its limits ?? I'm talking benchmarks or much more demanding games than NBA 2k2020, Trackmania and F1 2019 (games that make my computer reboot more or less randomly and periodically) such as RDR 2, The Division 2, AC Origins, Hitman 2, TW3 or GTA V. Maybe a Codemasters' F1 issue ? Like it installs something my computer doesn't like ? Specs : i5 4690k, GTX 1070 KFA², 8gb DDR3, MSI Z97 SLI Krait, Cooler Master G650, Samsung EVO SSD (system and games on it), KFA² SSD and Seagate HDD. And I have a dual screen (but only play on one and have troubleshooted this by unplugging the other one). Peripherics : Xbox one controller. Also plugged in : Logitech G502 mouse, CM Storm TriggerZ keyboard, basic logitech speakers (pretty much troubleshooted those too) Replications : pretty random considering it now systematically crashes during tasks I was doing previoulsy fine. But in the end, systematic ? Troubleshooting : You'll find plenty of them in the first topic. + clean installing everything. Next steps : Restore PC to backup points prior to F1 2020 installation and retry. Another clean install this time only with F1 2020.
  9. I can't even load a gameplay mode, it crashes as soon as I get into the main menu. I feel like I've tried everything on a software basis, updated everything, rolled back on versions where it worked. Except the new 2004 Windows 10 that my computer doesn't suggest me. So I've got several questions : - Is it safe to "force" this Windows update here https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 ? - Now am I sure that it is a hardware-related issue ? - But can it only be hardware-related if it works properly and never crashes when I push the computer to its limits ?? I'm talking benchmarks or much more demanding games than NBA 2k2020, Trackmania and F1 2019 (games that make my computer reboot more or less randomly and periodically) such as RDR 2, The Division 2, AC Origins, Hitman 2, TW3 or GTA V. Really I can't see. Cause I REALLY don't want to end up buying a new PSU or even PSU + MOBO + CPU + RAM and see the issue back again. I am so ****** off that I won't bother upgrading now (anyway with an i54690k the time would have come soon enough) but I want to be sure.
  10. Hi again, the issue came back :( Same old Event 41 Kernel Power, it happens on the new Trackmania too now. Haven't changed anything on my PC since the first time I came. Tried a couple of things like updating SSD firmware but nothing worked, I feel like it's endless... Also, I had the impression that there were crashes only when I was not on a updated Windows version and that's the case today as I have not installed 2004 W10 from May, but my Windows Update won't propose it to me and keeps to say my computer is up to date.
  11. Thanks for your help all along !
  12. So it turns out a country under lockdown kinda helps with having time to play games and test them. I've not been playing that much but I still think thanks to the couple of past weeks that both 2K and F1 games are fully stabilized. I had no crash at all in any games since I updated BIOS.
  13. Sooo I tried myself in a BIOS update Hopefully got it right, format USB key to FAT32, BIOS on MSI website etc, followed guide but anyway it was only one way forward inside bios. Only thing is on the first restart Windows said "starting diagnostic". It kinda rose my heartbeat but then everything started as usual so I guess it's ok. I've played some 2K (since it was really systematically crashing recently and happened no more on F1 2019) and it DID work. I guess it's still too soon to affirm anything but it's quite encouraging. I've set up an alarm to make me think of doing another feedback next week-end (or as soon as it crashes again, hope not).
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