Help Needed - PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA - i7 7700k - 2017

Hi All

Recently I have been getting the below error message when booting my machine, After about 2/3 reboots the pc boots perfectly, But I really do need to solve this issue.

I have replaced the ram just in case that was causing the issue but it is still happening, A fresh windows install has been done but the issue is still happening.

A reinstall of windows has been done. (Windows 10)

I think this may be linked to Asus AI Suite but I am unsure.

Error: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA

Specs:
Processor: Intel Core i7 7700k - Socket 1151 LGA (Not overclocked)
Motherboard: Asus MAXIMUS IX Hero
Ram: Corsair CMD16GX4M4B3600C18 - Overclocked (3600)
Cooler: Corsair H115i
Boot Drive: SanDisk Ultra II SSD 960 GB Sata III
Graphics Card: Asus ROG Strix GeForce STRIX-GTX1080-A8G-GAMING 8 GB GDDR5

Please can you advise on how to resolve this issue?
Payment will be given if fixed.
Reply to Jamie_Shatford
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  1. Uninstall AI Suite it can cause crazy problems.
    Down clock the memory to 3000 keeping the same timings and voltage.
    All OC memory can take some tweaking to get stable.
    Run memtest over nite.
    Reply to Zerk2012
  2. Zerk2012 said:
    Uninstall AI Suite it can cause crazy problems.
    Down clock the memory to 3000 keeping the same timings and voltage.
    All OC memory can take some tweaking to get stable.
    Run memtest over nite.


    Will give it a shot when i'm home do you have an email address or aim if I need any further assistance?
    Reply to Jamie_Shatford
  3. You can send me a PM here add a link to this post so I know whats going on.
    Reply to Zerk2012
  4. Zerk2012 said:
    You can send me a PM here add a link to this post so I know whats going on.


    Hi,

    This did not resolve the issue.
    Reply to Jamie_Shatford
  5. I use AI suite just fine. It literally causes zero problems. I'm not sure where you read that it does, but it doesn't, as long as you don't use it to put in overclock settings. (Fan xpert is unanimously the best fan tuning program available, and only works in AI Suite on ASUS motherboards)

    We have almost exactly the same build, except the ram, and a different variant of the ASUS line of Z270 boards.

    Have you tried running the ram at stock settings? (Stock being un-overclocked which is at 2400 for your chip)
    Turn off the XMP profile and see if it does it. Use Memtest and see if it throws errors.

    You said you replaced the ram, but did you replace the motherboard also? This might sound tedious, but take the system apart (The cooler and CPU), and check the CPU socket for any bent pins. I've noticed quite a few ASUS boards coming with bent pins in the socket lately. If there isn't anything there that's bent, I'd go so far as to RMA the board if you've gone through two sets of ram.
    Reply to The_Staplergun
  6. AI suite itself may not cause probs, the files / drivers it installs do tho. . They're known for crashing windows

    Upload the dmp files to onedrive then post the link
    Reply to Paul NZ
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