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You have 2004: Code:ASACPI ASACPI.sys Thu Aug 12 22:52:52 2004To update this guy, visit your motherboard page at the following link. I think I got this error a couple of times before over the past year but I didn't look into it until last week when it happened a couple of times If the button is disabled or you don't see the option when you right-click on a device, that means the current driver is the only driver ever installed for that device. i really dont get it. http://linux4newbie.com/bsod/bsod-winxp-driver-fault.html

testing.. testing.. its even MORE terrifying johnblOct 11, 2015, 11:43 AM Drives can be a source of memory management errors, the data in physical memory is swapped to to and from the pagefile.sys. I uninstalled my AMD driver, then downloaded and reinstalled it, but my problem persists. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/page-fault-in-nonpaged-area-and-memory-management/fff68d4e-fcd1-42b3-95d1-32e092e84927

Windows loads driver in different orders on each boot up. thanks for all the advice. This tends to cause the problems to move around, depending on what data gets corrupted.

  1. johnbl said: Generally not a random or temporary problem.
  2. Likely there will be some repairs made. ---------- When that's all done, run this command: sfc /scannow This one won't take so long.
  3. untill they get you into depressio..
  4. I did a standard memorydiag.
  5. and voila..

Under Performance, click on the Settings button. Just sometimes I get it multiple times in a day.Click to expand... then you start solving it.. Any help would be appreciated and I do have the dump files but I just don't know what people need to figure out what it could be.

Ask ! What caused that? Thank you very much for your help. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2466796/memory-management-page-fault-nonpaged-area.html Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?

Probably because it was very obvious Norton was causing issues so I didn't look too much after that for further issues. thats nothing is wrong with the HW? .. If you're still getting blue screens, keep reading. I tried this solution and it was unsuccessful.

Any other possible solutions would be greatly appreciated! 8 answers Last reply Jun 30, 2016 Best Answer Jun 13, 2016 More about random bsod custom windows memory management error page fault http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/208776-memory-management-page-fault-nonpaged-area-bsod.html The guide will usually tell you how to open the computer and where to look for the RAM. Windows Forum Windows 7 Forums > Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) > × us IGN Top 100 TV Shows of All Time Advertisement Bethesda Parent Company Awarded $500 Million Have you tried with one stick of ram?

its even MORE terrifying Ask a new question Read More BIOS RAM Windows 8 Blue Screen Memory Management Related Resources Unable to shutdown PC, memory usage error, page fault in nonpaged http://linux4newbie.com/bsod/memory-dump-analysis-tool.html till them. Maybe give that a shot.Also, check this out:http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2084584/page-fault-paged-area-bsod.html Best answer PinheddJan 7, 2015, 12:51 AM brachen33 said: Hello all -- I've recently replaced a few things in my PC (GPU,RAM,Hard drive) did stuff like every other day and nothing..

i guess its broken.. Gold doesn't corrode; however,dust and other crap can, especially if it gets moisture from somewhere.Click to expand... To post a message, join us or sign in.Random BSOD , memory management, page fault in nonpaged area, bad pool header? this content roots94Jun 30, 2016, 8:31 PM viveknayyar007 said: Hello again roots94Looks like the RAM stick is faulty.If there are two RAM sticks, try pulling one out and starting the computer.

i removed that HDD from my PC cause crystal disk showed me its status as "caution" ... and voila.. I ran memtest86 thinking maybe it was bad ram but it passed 2 times.

my computer is lagging a lot since then...

After trying each stick of RAM independently, I identified the faulty one. i played games... Could it be the memory on the video card? Windows Updater suggested no updates.

If you do take your ram out, check the gold contacts for any foreign matter or corrosion. Note that bad memory (RAM) is the main reason this error occurs, but I don't mention it till much further down only because it could require opening your computer and adding/removing If there are any unnecessary software uninstall that.Even if the problem persist try this link :http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/bsod-bluescreen-error-0x00000050-page-fault-in-non/92e246ce-c679-4c22-8eb0-02bef6a11dc5?auth=1 I did a full scan with NOD32 form ESET and nothing, even with roguekiler i have a peek at these guys Then go to Utilities section.

If you are using third-party to automatically update your PC drivers, it's probably a good idea to configure the software so that you can review each driver that is going to Thanks for your reply. Method 2- Check Disk This error can also occur if your hard drive is either failing or has errors on the drive. Adent, Mar 17, 2013 yonyz Noob Joined: Sep 24, 2010 Messages: 24 Date Posted: Mar 18, 2013 #2 Did you install new hardware recently?

I orginally had it set up with home premium 64 but was having a couple problems with some of my older programs and thought maybe the 64 portion maybe causing the To do this, click on Start and type in cmd.