Saturday, June 25

[BEST FIX] Errores ‘Page_fault_in_nonpaged_area’ en

Page_fault_in_nonpaged_area errors have been around since Windows XP, if not more. They refer to Windows or a Windows application trying to access a portion of physical memory that is invalid, whether it is being used by another application or reserved for something else. Windows somehow cannot cope with this and will generate this error and a blue screen of death.

If you are lucky, the syntax of the error will also tell you what caused the problem. For example, ‘Page_fault_in_nonpaged_area (ati.sys)’. The .sys file referenced in that error is the application trying to access memory that it shouldn’t.

The error can be caused by hardware or software and does not usually happen out of nowhere. It will occur most often right after a RAM or graphics card change, a Windows kernel or application update, or when you have installed something new. With that in mind, the first troubleshooting you should do is revert any changes you have made. Remove the RAM, disable the service of the application that you updated, uninstall it, or revert to a previous version. Only once you’ve done it, you should move on.

How to fix ‘Page_fault_in_nonpaged_area’ errors in Windows 10

The first thing we need to do is identify the application that is causing the error. If you see a referenced file like in the previous example, update the referenced driver. If you don’t see a filename, let’s do a general driver update.

As this error results in a BSOD, we will have to perform all the steps from the safe mode.

  1. Restart your computer from your Windows installation media.
  2. Select Repair my computer instead of Install when prompted.
  3. Select Troubleshoot, Advanced, and then Startup Settings.
  4. Press F5 to enable Safe Mode with Networking.

Then:

  1. Open the Start menu and click Settings.
  2. Then click Update and security. Windows setup menu
  3. Then click Advanced Options. Windows update menu
  4. Now, check the box next to Receive updates for other Microsoft products when you update Windows. Windows Update Menu - Advanced
  5. To return to Update and security and click Search for updates, allow the process to complete. Windows update menu 2
  6. Right-click the Start button and select Device administrator. Start Menu
  7. Right-click on your graphics card, sound card, network card, and whatever peripherals you have connected and select Update the driver software. Repeat for each piece of hardware. how-to-fix-page_fault_in_nonpaged_area-errors-in-windows-10-2
  8. Just to make sure you’re up to date, browse to your motherboard manufacturer’s website and check for a driver update.
  9. Finally, restart your computer to restart everything and update the Registry.

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This should fix the ‘Page_fault_in_nonpaged_area’ errors in most cases. If not, the cause may be memory related.

  1. Descargar Memtest86 +.
  2. Burn it to a CD or download the USB version.
  3. Start your computer from the middle and allow the test to run. It should take 8 passes and it could take a few hours depending on the amount of memory you have and the speed of your computer.

If Memtest86 + finds errors, fix the problem by swapping RAM slots or sticks and testing again. If you have bad RAM, replace it. If you have a bad RAM slot, fix it or replace the motherboard.

Memory errors and Windows 10

Unfortunately, memory errors can occur, but they don’t mean you need to buy a new computer. Start by rebooting your system and move on to more complex solutions, there’s no point in doing a lot of unnecessary work if you don’t have to. On the bright side, now you know some of the steps you can take to fix the problem if it arises while using your laptop or PC.

Didn’t we address your specific Page_fault error? Do you still have problems? Feel free to share your thoughts with the community below.

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