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Windows 7: Random but Frequent BSOD : Page fault in non paged area

03 Jan 2012   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Random but Frequent BSOD : Page fault in non paged area

Hi I have a computer as described in my profile and ive had it for about a year now.
about 6 months ago i occasionally got BSOD and ignored it

Then i upgraded the ram to 16gb (was origionally 6gb) and it was great (ran so smooth) but recently ive been getting this BSOD more and more frequent and now the pc is quite unuseable.

i searched up online and found that it could be software, ram or hardrive most probably
so first i tried a factory restore and still got bsod and freezes then i tried factory restore once more... no luck then i downloaded a home premium iso installed that and it appeared to be working then that started doing it.

next i tried Ram first i downgraded it to 8gb then swapped it back to the 6gb it came with none of this helped

now i think it must be the harddrive or something wrong with the motherboard but if anyone could give me any tips or pointers it would be greatly appreciated since ive spent about 800 on this pc now :O and since i cant use it atm im quite ****** off (Ps:the blue screen error message is "Page fault in non paged area" every time)

if any more info is needed just ask and i will do my best to provide thanks again :)

My System SpecsSystem Spec
03 Jan 2012   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Quick note: just read about dump files i will sort that out tomorrow as i cant get on that pc right now

Edit: ok i tried to get the dump files and the pc bluescreened doing that so it looks like i cant even do that :/

REEDIT: ok i made the dump file thing work and they are now attached

Attachment 191532

Basic Specs:
64 bit Amd Phenom II X6 1035t
Did have origional os installled but now reformatted with a cd
its a bout a year old and the install is only days old
My System SpecsSystem Spec

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