I recently installed Process Hacker, and changed a few of the priorities (not drastically, just some set to below average, and some set to higher than average) and have since been experiencing some hard crashes where the screen just goes black with no BSOD.
I was also making tweaks to my Services, using services.msc and autoruns.exe, although I've since gone back and renabled most of the Windows/Microsoft ones I disabled.
Just wondering if there is a way to easily reset all of my processes to normal priority? Would selecting them all and putting them on normal priority achieve that?
I get the "Event 41 Kernel-Power" critical error as the cause of crash, but no clue as to the exact culprit behind it.