Isn’t is frustrating seeing the 🙁 logo while using windows and suddenly it crashes with a message “PAGE FAULT IN NONPAGED AREA”. Even after several restarts and boots, the problem still appears on the screen. Don’t worry because in this article, we will help you solve the problem by the end.
Why the problem?
The main reason of this problem occurring is not specific. The computer stops all the processes during maxed out ram, sudden crashes etc. there are a number of problems but most of them have same thing in common.
Follow till the end to solve the problem without any hassle.
Note: “Our team is not responsible for any harm or crashes caused due to the following fixes.”
Fixes to solve the Error
1. Disabling automatic paging file size management
To get started with this method, follow the steps below.
- Press Windows + E to open File Explorer.
- Now, click the advanced system settings.
- Move on to the settings which is located in the performance tab.
- Locate to the advanced tab and click change.
- Now, un-tick the automatically manage paging file size for all drives.
- Click ok and the changes will be saved.
- Restart the computer to make sure the process worked.
2. Updating the drivers of the device
There is a high possibility that the device drivers are outdated that might be causing the error or some wrong driver that has been installed in your system.
For this, Install the correct driver from the official website of the manufacturer.
- Fill in the correct details of the brand of driver present in the system.
- Make sure it matches your computer architecture system.
If you are a newbie and still cannot find the relevant details about the graphics driver. This method will surely help you with that.
- Down the Driver Easy software from here.
- Run the software and click the Scan Now option.
- It will scan for all the outdated or corrupted drivers and present a list of all.
- Click Update All after buying the Pro version with a minimum charge.
Restart the computer and try installing the update to make sure the problem is fixed.
3. Disabling the anti-virus applications
In many cases, it has been seen that the third-party anti-virus causes the system to crash many times. Try disabling the anti-virus for a while and see if the problem is solved. If the problem is solved and windows is working fine, then contact the anti-virus manufacturer about the error.
If the problem is not fixed, move on to the next fix.
4. Get rid of recent changes to the system
Sometimes, any upgrades to the system also causes the PC to crash due to incompatibility or other issues. To know if this is the case, try removing the hardware or any newly added software to make sure about the problem.
- If the problem is fixed, buy a different hardware and the software.
- If the problem is not fixed, kindly follow the next fixes.
5. Running disk and memory check
In very fewer cases, a damaged RAM or any corrupted storage causes the PC unable to communicate and access the data and cause errors.
- On the keyboard, Press Windows logo + S.
- It will open the search window on the taskbar.
- Now, type cmd.
- In the same window, right click the command-prompt
- Select Run as administrator.
- In the cmd window, type chkdsk /f /r.
- Press Enter.
- It will ask to run it or not using Y or N.
- Type Y and press enter.
- Press Windows +R to open the run dialog box.
- In the pop-up window, type mdsched.exe.
- Now, click the restart now and check for problems (Recommended) option.
Let the process complete and restart the computer or any errors.
So, these were all the steps required to solve the issue of the error persisting in the Windows.
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