Sign in with
Sign up | Sign in
Your question

[BSOD] Page Fault in Non Paged Area

Last response: in Memory
Share
January 12, 2013 10:22:54 PM

Excuse me for my lesser knowledge of Computer Tech in advance.

I've been getting this BSOD while gaming, only on specific high requirement games (BF3 and MW3). I don't get it on games like Garry's Mod, or GTA IV.

I ONLY get this BSOD while gaming on the mentioned games, I can do anything else fine.

I ran Memtest86+ with 2 Passes and had no errors.

Recently switched from 8GB of 1333MHz RAM to 8GBs of 1600MHz RAM.

If this helps, here's the info from Windows:

Locale ID: 1033
BCCode: 50
BCP1: FFFFF8000101FB4F
BCP2: 0000000000000008
BCP3: FFFFF8000101FB4F
BCP4: 0000000000000000


My Specs are as listed:

i5-2500k
Galaxy GTX 570
Biostar TZ77A Mobo
8GB G.Skill RipjawsX @ 1600MHz
Corsair TX750 PSU


I have no clue what's causing the BSOD, searches lead me to believe it's bad RAM but I come up with nothing on Memtest.

Additional information will be provided on request.
a c 85 } Memory
January 12, 2013 11:26:02 PM

check to see if your mb has the 419 bios. a lot of times with new ram you have to make sure it been tested on that mb. ram vendor change models a lot and mb vendors have to put the ram id into the bios sometime to fix issues. i would start with cpu-z and see what speed the mb set your ram. then look under the spd info for the ram rated speed and see if any of the settings are close. with 1600 ram you have to turn on xmp profile in your bios to get the max speed. one other thing in spd to check is the ram voltage. x68 and x77 look for 1.5v ram. older 8g ram is 1.6/1.65 in voltage and can cause issues.
m
0
l
January 13, 2013 1:15:45 AM

smorizio said:
check to see if your mb has the 419 bios. a lot of times with new ram you have to make sure it been tested on that mb. ram vendor change models a lot and mb vendors have to put the ram id into the bios sometime to fix issues. i would start with cpu-z and see what speed the mb set your ram. then look under the spd info for the ram rated speed and see if any of the settings are close. with 1600 ram you have to turn on xmp profile in your bios to get the max speed. one other thing in spd to check is the ram voltage. x68 and x77 look for 1.5v ram. older 8g ram is 1.6/1.65 in voltage and can cause issues.


The RAM is 1.5v, I know that for fact. It's 2x4GB.

I just switched from slot 1 and 3, to 2 and 4. I'll see if that helps.
m
0
l
!