If you have recently encountered the LiveKernelEvent 141 error on your Windows 10 device, you have come to the right place.

In this article, we will take a look at the reasons why this fault might occur in the first place and try to fix it with specific troubleshooting solutions.

What is the cause of LiveKernelEvent error 141?

Since the error is hardware-related, it is important to check your computer’s hardware components, such as the video card, memory, hard drive, and fans. Overclocking and overheating should also be mentioned as possible causes. It is also possible that the error is caused by faulty, outdated, or conflicting device drivers.

How to fix LiveKernelEvent error 141?

Launch the hardware and device troubleshooter

  1. Press Win + I to open the Windows Settings application.
  2. Alternately, click Updates and security -> Troubleshooting.
  3. Double-click Hardware and Devices in the right pane and click Run Troubleshooter.
  4. After the process completes, restart your computer and check if the Live Kernel Event 141 error code is still displayed.

Reinstall the video card driver

  1. Press Win + R to open the Run dialog box, then type devmgmt.MSC in the box and press Enter to open this program.
  2. In the Device Manager window, expand the Display Adapters category, right-click on the video card driver, and select Uninstall Device.
  3. Then follow the on-screen prompts to complete the uninstallation.
  4. Reboot your computer. Windows will then automatically install the default video card driver for you.
  5. You can also visit the manufacturer’s website and manually install the latest driver.

Set the CPU fan speed to maximum

  1. Press Win + I to open the Windows Settings app, then click Updates and Security.
  2. Click the Recovery tab and then click Restart Now under Advanced Startup.
  3. In the pop-up window, click Troubleshooting -> Advanced Settings.
  4. Select UEFI Firmware Settings and click Restart.
  5. The computer will then restart in the BIOS/UEFI settings and you can adjust the CPU fan speed from there.

Frequently Asked Questions

A hardware or device driver problem can prevent Windows from working properly. When this happens, a LiveKernelEvent event with an error code, such as 141, is logged in the event handler.

Live Kernel Event 141 is a hardware error that occurs due to a PC component failure or third-party drivers and software corruption. Therefore, it is important to check all hardware components such as graphics processor, RAM and hard drive.

  1. Perform a hard disk check.
  2. Check your memory.
  3. Set the maximum fan speed.
  4. Perform a graphics processor recalibration.
  5. Reinstall the GPU drivers.
  6. Reinstall the GPU drivers using the DDU.
  7. Update the GPU driver.