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How to fix BSOD Page_Fault_In_Nonpaged_Area

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April 28, 2014 4:41:01 AM

I have assembled a new Desktop.
From day 1 it is getting BSOD.
Here is the screenshot:- http://s30.postimg.org/4deay81zl/IMG_20140428_163235.jp...

It says :-
ntfs.sys
PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA

My system specs:-
processor:- Intel pentium dual core g2020(3rd generation)
Ram:- 4GB 1333MHZ
Motherboard:- gigabyte h61m-s1 rev:-3
Hard disk:- WD Green 1 TB

Please suggest me a solution for this.

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April 28, 2014 4:47:53 AM

Already answered :) 

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-1803347/bsod-p...

Pretty sure that your memory is bad, if you have 2 sticks, try each one alone and you will know which stick it is.

If it is only 1 stick well you can try booting a linux live cd and do some testing there like Memtest86 and you will know for sure.
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April 28, 2014 5:30:50 AM

siles2004 said:
Already answered :) 

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-1803347/bsod-p...

Pretty sure that your memory is bad, if you have 2 sticks, try each one alone and you will know which stick it is.

If it is only 1 stick well you can try booting a linux live cd and do some testing there like Memtest86 and you will know for sure.

thank you for your reply.
May be you are correct. But I must mention that My RAM is new and I also ran windows memory diagnostic to examine the RAM for any errors but it haven't found anything.
I think, Its something else. If you have any Idea except this, Please let me know.
Thank you anyways.
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April 28, 2014 10:43:19 AM

Use memtest86+. Even if it passes, try running with only a single stick to see if the problem goes away or not. The main thing is to eliminate the RAM.

Its possible the HDD is to blame; the crash occurred in the NTFS driver, though that could be coincidence. The next test if the RAM passes would be a chkdsk to ensure there are no bad sectors.
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April 28, 2014 10:56:44 AM

I have examine the ram using memtest86+. But it passed it out.
I have also examined the hard disk using chkdsk, but there are no bad sectors.
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April 29, 2014 6:37:54 AM

Is it happening often, or just that one time? If it keeps happening, is it failing in the same driver?

My main concern now is the mobo or PSU is at fault. Next step: Run with a single memory stick, and see if the errors go away. If not, swap sticks and physical RAM slots on the motherboard.

The idea is to tie the error to either a specific stick/slot if it is a RAM problem, or otherwise tie it to some other component. Things it could be aside from a hard RAM failure:

-)RAM might need over-speced voltage for proper operation
-)Ram might need over-speced timings for proper operation
-)Motherboard might need over-speced voltage (NB most likely) to drive multiple sticks of RAM
-)PSU might be "noisy" leading to failures in other parts of the system
-)Windows might have a driver problem
-)HDD might have bad/corrupt sectors

And so on. Only thing to do is eliminate the possibilities one by one.
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April 29, 2014 8:19:02 AM

I just replaced the RAM.
And everything just got okay.
Thanks all of you.
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