A PAGE ERROR IN A NON-PAGE AREA (or PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA) occurs when the Windows operating system cannot find any data that should be stored in a non-paged area. This error usually occurs due to hardware problems such as: B. Bad sectors on the hard disk. Run the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool. Update your drivers.
I was recently working on a client computer and had to restart it due to a fresh install of the application. However, after rebooting, the computer would show a blue screen and display the PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA error.
At first I thought it had something to do with the app I just installed. So I decided to restart my computer in safe mode and uninstall the application. It seemed to work because the BSOD was gone, but only for a short time.
STOP: 0x00000050 (0xCD3DD628, 0x00000001, 0x804EFC9A, 0x00000000)
After a few more reboots, the message came back! After doing a little research, I found that this error message essentially means that Windows is trying to find items in memory that it cannot find.
According to Microsoft, this error can be caused by faulty hardware (RAM, hard drive), antivirus software, damaged NTFS volume, or faulty drivers. In this article, I will introduce you to various solutions, some of which are easier, than others.
Please note that bad memory (RAM) is the main cause of this error, but I will not mention it below just because you may need to open your computer and add / remove chips from it. RAM. I think most people would like to avoid this, so if any of this worked, I listed the easiest solutions first.
Why Is PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA Displayed?
Blue Screen with Error Checking Error PAGE ERROR IN NON-PAGE AREA occurs in almost all Windows operating systems, for example. B. under Windows 10, Win 8, Win 7, Vista, XP, Win Server 2008, 2012, 2003. The error occurs when the program tries to access a page that should be in the RAM area. did not change places, but Windows did not find it. To fix the PAGE FAULT IN NON PAGED AREA error, there are several possible solutions that can be followed in all versions of Windows.
How To Fix A Blue Screen With The Death Message “PAGE ERROR IN A NON-PROGRAM AREA”
PAGE FAULT IN NON PAGED AREA (or PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA, depending on the operating system) is an errorBSOD (blue screen of death). This means that the system requested a page of memory to continue, but the page was unavailable and the Windows operating system was unable to continue running processes. It then crashed and returned the blue screen of death to the unloadable area.
You may be wondering what UNPAGED is. Two main types of memory are used to store data: RAM (random access memory) and hard disk. There are others, but we will only use these two examples. RAM is temporary storage and hard drive is permanent. RAM only retains its contents when the computer is on, so it is working memory. On the other hand, a hard drive stores data even when the computer is not working.
RAM contains the information the computer needs to process the currently active tasks. If there is too much data and main memory cannot store all of the data, the data that is not actively used is temporarily stored in the “paging file”. The paging file is space on your hard disk that is used as additional storage for RAM. When a task requires additionalmemory, pages of memory are swapped between RAM and a paging file that is temporarily stored on the hard disk.
UNINFECTED area is a part of memory that contains data necessary for system operation. It is data that is needed / required and is always stored in RAM, in an area that does not change places. A PAGE ERROR IN A NON-PAGE AREA (or PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA) occurs when the Windows operating system does not find any data to be stored in a non-paged area. This error usually occurs due to hardware problems such as: B. Bad sectors on the hard disk.
There are two possible scenarios: 1) you have successfully rebooted your computer and logged into Windows, or; 2) You cannot start Windows. If you cannot start Windows normally, you will need to start it in Safe Mode or use the AutoRecover / Advanced Startup screen. Read this manual and use interrupt Windows boot process or Windows installation CD / DVD / USB. If you are using a laptop and do not have a CD / DVD-ROM or aremedia, you need to determine which function key (F) to press to open the Start menu.