4 days ago,MagicAndre1981 wrote
yes, but afair the power plan is set to use full power by default.
btw, the hotfix which caused to display the bootmgr in English was updated and now the language is ok. But I removed the fix, because I don't need it on my PC.
I currently have some sporadic bug checks and I see this in WinDbg:
CHKIMG_EXTENSION: !chkimg -lo 50 -db !ndis 3393 errors : !ndis (fffff88001649048-fffff88001717fe0)
so the ndis.sys is corrupted in RAM and differs from the file on the symbol server, but I used the Windows Memory tester and memtest86+ and both didn't detect any errors. chkdsk and sfc also didn't detect anything.
Currently I have no idea other than removing Network monitor 3.4 driver from the network adapter and watch if it happens again the next days.