There are many reasons you may get a Windows error screen that reads “Page Fault in Nonpaged Area” in Windows 10. Most of the time, it relates to some form of hardware memory failure. Sometimes it could be related to a software issue.
Windows 10 users are facing a common PAGE FAULT IN NOPAGED AREA error. This error occurs when Windows cannot find the file in memory that it expects to see. When the error becomes typical, it simply leads to a BSOD. Often accompanied by the phrase “Your computer has encountered a serious problem and needs to be restarted.
PAGE ERROR IN NOPAGED AREA One of these is the Blue Screen of Death error, and this error can be displayed for several reasons. I will discuss some of the reasons below. The area that is not exchanged contains data that is important to the operation of the system.
Check your memory.
Update or roll back your drivers.
Disable automatic paging file size control.
Run the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool.
Use DISM and SFC Repair to corrupt system files.
Disable third party software.
The main disadvantage of the website is that it can mostly be fixed by accessing the disk. A small page defect can be fixed by sharing pages that experts already have in their heads. Paging occurs when pages are written to free disk space so that a perfect large page error can be corrected.
It is extremely important to correct page errors in a timely and vigorous manner so that the effort to correct the error does not unnecessarily delay the execution of the program. On the other hand, a page convenience error occurs when the page is actually somewhere else in memory.
Page Faults in the Operating System Page faults predominate as errors. This mainly happens when a program tries to get data or code that is in the program’s allocated address space, but data that is definitely not currently in the system’s RAM.
However, if the program is unable to handle the invalid page error, it can propagate into the working policy, which can kill the process. Could this cause the program to terminate abruptly?
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