How To Fix Page Fault In Nonpaged Area Windows 11

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The most recent version of Microsoft's operating system, Windows 11, has a number of enhancements and additions that will improve user experience. However, it is not completely impervious to ocassional mistakes, just like its forerunners. The dreaded "Page Fault in Nonpaged Area" issue is one of many errors that users of Windows 11 may experience. This issue might be annoying since it can crash your machine and perhaps result in data loss. But don't worry! In this blog post, we'll look at four efficient ways to analyze and fix this problem.

Inspect the Hardware

Conduct a memory diagnostic test 

  • To launch the Run dialog box, use the Windows key + R.
  • The Windows Memory Diagnostic tool will launch once you type "mdsched.exe" and press Enter.
  • Decide whether to "Restart now and check for problems" or "Check for problems the next time I start my computer."

Examine Hardware Parts

  • Your computer should be turned off and unplugged from the power source.
  • To access the hardware components, open the computer case.
  • Ensure that peripherals like graphics cards, RAM modules, and other components are firmly inserted in their slots.
  • Search for any indications of physical harm or a buildup of dust, and clean if necessary.

Update Windows and drivers

Update Windows 11 

  • To launch the Settings application, press the Windows key plus I.
  • Click on "Windows Update" in the left sheet by going to "Update and Security" first.
  • Introduce any necessary changes by selecting "Check for refreshes" and clicking.

Update device drivers

  • Choose "Gadget Administrator" from the context menu when you right-click the beginning button.
  • Expand the classes and select "Update Driver" from the context menu of the devices.
  • Select "Search consequently for drivers" to instruct Windows to locate and install the latest recent drivers.

Modify the settings for virtual memory

Open Framework Properties 

  • To open the Framework window, press Windows key + Delay/Tear.
  • On the left, select "Cutting edge framework settings".

Modify Virtual Memory Configurations

  • Select "Settings" from the drop-down menu next to the Exhibition section in the Framework Properties box.
  • Click "Change" under Virtual Memory on the "High level" tab.
  • Uncheck As a result, monitor the paging record size across all drives.
  • Go to the framework drive (often C:) and select "Custom size."
  • Set the underlying and maximum sizes to the same value (in MB). A good rule of thumb is to set the value to 1.5 times your introduced Smash (for example, if you have 8GB of Slam, set the value to 12288 MB).
  • To put the changes into effect, click "Set" and then "Alright."

Disk error check

Open command prompt as administrator

  • Press Windows Key + X and select "Windows Terminal (Admin)" or "Command Prompt 'Admin'".

Run Check Disk Utility

  • In the Command Prompt window, type "chkdsk /f" and press Enter.
  • You will be prompted to schedule a disk check for the next system reboot. Type "Y" and press Enter.
  • Restart your computer and the disk test will run before Windows starts.  


On Windows 11, the "Page Fault in Nonpaged Area" error can be irritating. Yet, now that you're outfitted with the four strategies shrouded in this blog entry, you can break down and resolve this issue. To keep your framework with everything looking great, watch out for equipment issues, keep your drivers and Windows refreshed, change your virtual memory settings, and run a plate check habitually. By following these guidelines, you can ensure a more streamlined and error-free computing experience on your Windows 11 device. Programming with joy!

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