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I have a windows server 2008 R2 running on a physical dell server that keeps shutting down with "Kernal Power Event 41 Error" each day sometimes more than once a day?
 
Would this be something with the UPS maybe? It has redundant power supplys in which dell server managers shows both of them ok.
 
How can you tell if it was unplugged or UPS Vs Someone just holding in the power button?
 
The Event 41 from what I see is more or less just an improper shutdown.
 
Any way to tell if it was the poer cord or the power button?

The Hardware is a Dell T410 Server
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Follow the instructions in this link

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2028504#method3

Try updating all Device drivers especially Chipset and Graphics.
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