How to fix “Page Fault in Nonpaged Area” BSOD Error on Windows 10

The “Page Fault in Nonpaged Area” error is a common Windows 10 error message found when your machine crashes and gives you the dreaded blue screen of death. This error occurred when windows are unable to find the file in memory, which it expects to be found. There could be many reasons for this error, including software, hardware or system fault. You can easily fix the error message – page fault in nonpaged area – by following a few steps mentioned in he below article.

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How to fix the error?

Please note below, if you are receiving error, and your machine will not boot normally, there is a good chance your machine will still boot into safe mode to allow you to perform some of the troubleshooting steps that I have outlined below. To boot Windows into safe mode you simply visit my article – How to boot to safe mode in Windows 10 .

Undo recent changes

Most of the software or Hardware creates these kinds of issues. If you have recently connected any hardware or installed any software, then remove it from the device. The changes which have affected your device will not be able to create an issue. Check if the problem is solved or not. You can follow other methods if blue screen error is not fixed.

Disabling Automatic Paging

Another method that can fix Page Fault in Nonpaged Area Error in Windows OS is disabling automatic paging. Follow the steps below:

Go to My Computer and right-click it.
Select Properties, go to Advanced System Settings and then go to Performance Settings. Select the Advanced tab.
Select Change and then uncheck the option for “Automatically Manage Paging File Size for All Drives”.
After completing the previous step, click OK and save the settings.
Restart your computer.

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Run Disk and memory Check

Faulty RAM and corrupted NTFS volume may be the reason behind the blue screen. The diskcheck will help you in removing the error. If you do not know how to perform this task, then follow the steps given below.1)  Start your windows and click windows logo key + S (to open search box).2)  Type cmd in the search box.

3)  Right click on the command promptand select run as administrator.

4) Type chkdsk /f /r  and press enter key

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5) Press Y key on your keyboard

6) Now it’s time to open run command prompt. Click windows logo Key + Rand type mdsched.exe

7)  Select Restart now and check for problems (recommended).  Your Computer will restart now.

8) Wait for the scan to complete, which will take 15-20 minutes.Check again if the problem is fixed. If you get the issue, then try other methods given in this article.

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