Page Fault Fix-BSOD in Non-Page Area in Windows 10 [Solved]

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BSOD or Blue Screen of Death is a blue screen error that has been troubling Windows users for years. This error screen appears when a fatal system error occurs, along with a system crash. If the error was not automatically fixed after a reboot and you are stuck in a BSOD loop, you need to fix this error yourself.

One of those BSOD errors that annoys many users is the page error in the non-page area. If you are also one of those users, there is nothing else to worry about. We will help you to correct this error using our methods. Just go through the methods, one by one, until the problem is solved.



This error occurs when the Windows 10 operating system cannot locate a system file in memory. System files tend to disappear due to unsupported drivers, failed update, faulty RAM, or damaged software. So hardware and software, both can cause this error. Follow the methods given below to fix the problem.

Final report: This error causes a BSOD loop, which means you shouldn't be able to access your computer. So, to go through the methods and fix this error, you need to log into your computer in safe mode.

Solution 1: Disable automatic paging file size management

This method has helped several Windows 10 users to face the same problem. It might work for you too.

Final report: To perform this method, your computer must be in safe mode. To enter Safe Mode, use the method mentioned before these methods. After starting your computer in safe mode, follow the steps below.


Step 1: Press Tasto Windows + R together to open RUN Command box.


Step 2: Now write sysdm.cpl on it and press ok.

Step 3. - Scegliere Advanced Tab. Then select settings in Performance.

4 Phase. To go Advanced tab and select Modify.

Step 5. Uncheck the box next to Automatically manage paging sizes for all drives .

Step 6: - To select No paging file. Finally click on ok.

This should fix the problem. If the problem persists, perform the following method.

Update the drivers for each device

Start Windows in Safe Mode and follow the steps.

1 - Right-click the Start menu button.

2 - Select Device Manager.

3 - Right click on the devices and select Update Driver.

4 - Select Search automatically for updated driver software.

5 - Update the drivers for each device.

6 - Restart your computer.

This method should solve the problem. If the problem persists, follow the methods given below.

1. Run the Memory Check and Disk Check.

The error can occur due to faulty RAM. Additionally, a damaged NTFS volume can also cause this error. The memory check will analyze and fix any RAM-related problems, while the disk check will do the same for the NTFS volume.


Final report: To perform this method, your computer must be in safe mode. To enter Safe Mode, use the method mentioned before these methods. After starting your computer in safe mode, follow the steps below.


Step 1. Go to Cortana and type Command Prompt. Right click on Symbol of the system and select Run as administrator.

Step 2. In the Command Prompt window, type the following command and press Log in.

chkdsk / f / r

Step 3. print E on the keyboard to program the disk check on reboot.


4 Phase. Go back to Cortana and type mdsched.exe. Press Log in to open Windows Memory Diagnostic.

Step 5. Please select Restart now and check for problems (recommended).

The last step will restart your computer and check for problems. The scan and repair process may take more than 15 minutes to complete. After that, you will be free from this error. If the problem persists, try the next method.

2. Update the drivers

The most common reason for this error is faulty or outdated drivers. In this method, we will update the drivers for all devices.

Final report: To perform this method, your computer must be in safe mode. To enter Safe Mode, use the method mentioned before these methods. After starting your computer in safe mode, follow the steps below.


Step 1. Right-click the Start menu button and select Device administrator.

Step 2. Right-click on a device and select Update Driver.

Step 3. Please select Automatically searches for updated driver software.

4 Phase. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for all other devices.

Step 5. Restart your computer.

The error should be gone by now. If you keep seeing BSOD screen then follow the next method.

4. Update Windows and disable antivirus (third party)

Antivirus is known to cause interference with system files, which can cause this error. If you are using a third party antivirus, try turning it off and then check if that fixes the error. If so, uninstall the antivirus and install another one. Additionally, Microsoft releases regular Windows updates that come with fixes for many bugs and errors. Fix the bug that was bothering you that there might be. If there are any pending Windows updates, download and install them to fix the error.

We hope we were able to help you solve this problem using our methods. If you were able to solve this problem using another method or if you have any questions about this problem, mention it below in the comments.

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