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"Page Fault In Nonpaged Area" BSOD with random hard freeze

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by spyslayer, Aug 3, 2018.

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  1. spyslayer

    spyslayer Thread Starter

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    Hi all,
    I just upgraded my GPU 5 months ago. After the upgrade, I managed to boot my computer with no problems at all, until it started giving me random freeze recently when i run some heavy applications.

    PC will hard freeze and audio will hang. Only way to end it is to manual restart. and PC can only restart after i ve to unplug (for 5-10 mins) and re-plug all cables.

    i have also updated the nvidia driver to the latest version on 30/07/18.

    2 days ago, i ve a "Page Fault In Nonpaged Area" BSOD.

    Today, i just had another hard freeze with no BSOD. again the only way to end it is to manual restart. and PC can only restart after i ve to unplug (for 5-10 mins) and re-plug all cables.

    Some PC details:Running Windows 10 64bit.
    Hardware changes:
    GPU: changed from GT640 to GeForce GTX 1050.

    any help will be appreciated.

    thanks!
     
  2. AmateurJohn

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    1. Go to the search bar in bottom left of screen(next to Windows Icon)
    2. type "This PC", right click it when it shows up, and choose properties
    3. On the left there is a link called "Advanced System Settings" click that
    4. Go the "Advanced" tab, under it will be a section called Performance, click the Settings button in that section
    5. Go to the "Advanced" tab, go to the section called Virtual Memory, and click the "Change" button
    6. Unclick the "Automatically manage paging file size for all drives" checkbox
    7. Then click the little circle next to "No Paging File"
    8. Click Ok, if it asks for more then click ok or apply
    9. Then Restart your computer
    10. Then repeat steps 1-5
    11. Check the "Automatically manage paging file size for all drives" checkbox
    12. And look at the "System Manged Sized" circle it should be checked
    13. Next click Ok, and ok and apply to future questions(make sure to read them), and restart your computer
     
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