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Ntfs.sys page_fault_in_nonpage_area

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September 9, 2012 2:33:47 AM

I am getting the BSOD on my hewitt packard laptop the message is ntfs.sys page_fault_in_nonpage_area windows will not load, even in safe mode
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September 9, 2012 5:12:59 AM

open the bios set up and set the DVD drive to boot first.
Put the win 7 disk in the drive and start the system.
select: upgrade.
This reloads the OS but does not erase your personal files and programs.

Or if you do not have the disk, a computer store will do it for you.
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a b $ Windows 7
September 9, 2012 5:23:42 AM

Also do some scaning of HDD it could be sign of hdd failure..
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September 9, 2012 5:28:58 AM

pull the battery and power from the laptop.flip it over and see if the ram is seated fine. if it looks fine and there two ram sticks pull one. see if the error stops.
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September 11, 2012 10:58:22 AM

soundguruman said:
open the bios set up and set the DVD drive to boot first.
Put the win 7 disk in the drive and start the system.
select: upgrade.
This reloads the OS but does not erase your personal files and programs.

Or if you do not have the disk, a computer store will do it for you.


Thank you, I've tried this and it keeps going back to the blue screen, I also tried removing the memory and reseating it but this did not work either. :-(
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August 23, 2014 1:45:13 AM

@rdc85 Right, mine had 1 UNC (Uncorrectable error)
I managed to boot from a Linux Distribution from Hiren and see the UNC, but I do not succeeded to repair it, because the Sony Vaio notebook with Windows 8 did not boot into anything DOS/Windows compatible (like Windows 8 Recovery USB, Hiren, HDAT) but HDD. The error was "Your PC ran into a Problem and needs to restart. We're Just collecting some eror info and Then we'll restart it for you. Page_fault_in_nonpage_area. Ntfs.sys 0%" and keeps restarting. In the end, I simply put the hdd in a new desktop pc (with UEFI), it stopped restarting and entered into the recovery options of Windows 8. I turned off the PC, put the hdd back in Sony Vaio and now I'm at 17% Resetting the PC. After that, I'll try to see if the UNC is still there and if so I'll try Advanced Options-Automatic repair (maybe it might have been better do do this before Resetting but the Operating System is in italian language, which I don't know much).
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