The blue screen of death or BSOD has been known for Windows operating systems since the days of Windows XP. Windows 10 users don't have to face anything different. There are also a number of errors in Windows 10 associated with the blue screen of death. In this article we will talk about the error. Page error in the non-page area, which is very frustrating. Many Windows 10 users face this problem and that is why we have decided to help you solve it.
The Page Fault error in the non-page area occurs when Windows cannot find a file in its memory that it expected to find. This could happen due to software or hardware problems. It could be due to faulty RAM or a broken Windows update or just a damaged driver. No matter the reason, we will help you solve this problem in simple steps. Follow the methods below and the problem will be solved.
Fix the error page error in the non-page area
The error is causing BSOD, but it doesn't mean you won't be able to use your computer. Whenever BSOD appears on the screen, the system will crash, but in between crashes you will be able to use your computer from time to time. In case you cannot access your computer after multiple crashes, you will need to perform a hard reset. To do this, turn the computer on and off 3 times. Now reboot your system in safe mode. When you can use the computer, do the methods. Now, as the reason behind the problem could be on the software or hardware side, we will have to analyze both. We will start with the software.
Method 1: check hard drive errors (disk check)
In the first method, we will look for errors on the hard drive. Follow the steps to perform this method.
Step 1. Open Cortana and type cmd. In the results, right-click Symbol of the system and select Run as administrator.
Step 2. Now, in the Command Prompt window, type the following and hit Enter.
chkdsk /f /r
Step 3. print E on the keyboard and complete the process.
4 Phase. Now enter the following and hit enter.
SFC / scannow
When the process is complete, check if the problem persists. If so, follow the next method.
Method 2: Check for memory errors
In the next method, we will check the memory for damaged files. Follow these steps to do it.
Step 1. Go to Cortana and type run. Press Log in.
Step 2. generally mdsched.exe Click Run and click OK.
Step 3. The last step will open a dialog box. Click on Restart now and check for problems.
The last step can take 15-20 minutes to complete. When finished, check to see if the problem is resolved. If you get BSOD, try the next method.
Method 3 - Undo recent changes
Sometimes new software or hardware is not fully compatible with the system. Or it could be corrupt. If you recently installed new software or hardware, uninstall it and see if that fixes the problem. If removing them has no effect on the BSOD, try the next method.
Method 4: Check for updates
Windows and driver updates are known to cause this error. So, in this method, we'll check both of them to make sure Windows and important hardware drivers are up to date.
Step 1. Right-click on Start button and select settings.
Step 2. Click on Update and security.
Step 3. Click on Look for updates. Let me check and if there are any pending updates available download them and update your Windows.
4 Phase. Now, right-click on the Start button and select Device administrator.
Step 5. In Device Manager, you will need to right-click on the device name and check for updates. Do this with your graphics card, sound card, webcam, printer, and other external devices (if any).
Step 6. After updating them, restart your computer.
Check if this solved the problem. If the problem persists, try the next method.
Method 5: disable automatic file size management
Follow the steps to disable automatic file size management.
Step 1. Open Windows Explorer o File Explorer e right-click This PC. Please select Property.
Step 2. In Properties, click Advanced system settings in the left panel.
Step 3. In the Performance box, click settings.
4 Phase. Now go to Advanced tab and click Modify in the scratch card box.
Step 5. Here, deselect the box next to Automatically manage paging sizes for all drives. Click ok.
Step 6. Restart your computer.
This should fix the problem. If the problem is not solved, there is no problem with the software. The reason for the problem is the hardware. To fix this, open the CPU case and remove the RAM from its slot. If there are multiple RAM drives, swap the slots and see if that fixes the problem. If not, just check with a RAM bar. If you keep seeing BSODs, you will need to replace the RAM.