This question was originally posted as "How do I fix Windows 10 64 Pro crashing with Kernel -Power, Event ID 41, and Task Category 63." No solutions were received. Experts Exchange mgmt. asked me to repost.
PC is dual-boot Ubuntu 15.10 -- Windows 10 Pro 64-bit. PC is totally stable running Ubuntu, but spontaneously crashes with Windows 10 indicating a "memory_management" problem. PC configuration is:
Board: CSM-B85M-P32 COPORATE STABLE MODEL
BIOS: American Megatrends Inc., V2.6, 07/19/2014, BIOS REVISION 4.6
VGA: Part of Intel® Core™ i7-4770K processor
PSU: MICRO P8-IM400WH 26A FOR +12v
CPU: Intel® Core™ i7-4770K Processor
MEM: 1x8GB, 1600MHz PATRIOT PSD38G16002 PS000986 8GB PC3-1200
HDD: Intel® SOLID-STATE DRIVE 730 SERIES 480GB
COOLER: Intel® E97378-001 CPU Cooler for LGA 1155/1156/1150
OS: Windows 10 64bit Professional
OS: Ubuntu 15.10 64bit
Memtest386+ has been run for 9 full cycles w/o indicating a problem. SSD passes Intel SSD tests. All updates from MSI live have been done.
Posted problem to MSI motherboard forum and the one reply suggested PC power supply could be problem as apparently it is not a name-brand. There are a few posts of similar crashes on various PC troubleshooting sites, but no solutions. I have several other PCs with same power supply, but they are all running Ubuntu. The Win 10 was upgrade from Win 7. Only reason for Win 10 is several programs for which there are no good Linux equivalents.
What should I try next?