Bsod redux - a new chapter - page fault in non paged area  

  1. Posts : 17
    Windows 10 Pro

    Bsod redux - a new chapter - page fault in non paged area

    Last time you guys were wonderful and really helped me fix the problem. It was a mix of the control center of eluktronics and the nvidia driver (doing a fresh install in a particular order helped fix the issue)

    This time I'm back. I kept getting BSODs when I was transferring files from my laptop to my NAS. Now the BSODs seems to be popping up all over the place.

    The error message I get is different than last time it is:

    System specs are up to date.

    Win 10 Build 19042

    Dump File is here along with photo of the bsod
    Dropbox - BSOD - Simplify your life
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  2. Posts : 624
    Windows 10 Pro 21H2 x64

    Looks like unstable RAM, please reseat the RAM then run memory diagnostics.

    FYI, I had the same stop code for the black RAM slots on my Asus P6T6 WS Revolution (socket 1366 and DDR3) with at least one of the black slots, looks like I can't use one of the black slots at the least.

    Most likely means poor RAM connection to the motherboard, which can include a bad trace to the CPU integrated memory controller, a bad socket or a bad CPU integrated memory controller.
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  3. Posts : 17
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter

    Its strange because I don't seem to have this issue when plugged in - only when operating on battery and this is a newish development. I'll reset my ram and do more tests. Is there anything else you could figure out by the report?

    - - - Updated - - -

    Turns out it was a bad stick of memory. It only became apparent after I spoke to my laptop manufacturer and they upgraded my bios which enabled me to run the sticks at the 3200mhz advertised speeds. Memtest86 then showed a failure - did the one stick at a time method and it showed that one of the modules wasn't erroring out (within 5 minutes).

    Thanks for the help
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