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    Question Blue screen of death - PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA

    i think i averted a potential blue screen of death ..no wonder my comp's lights were constantly on..something was going on..and when i opened the lid, it gave me a warning messege. heres the problem and solution reminder i got-

    i already suspended my usb settings for now. it also told me to check my BIO. heres the info- (BIOS version/date: H.P. F.05. 12/7/07)
    this is first time i received this alarming problem. recently, last month, i did replace my nvidia drivers with drivermax. but i dont think drivermax is helping me.. give advice please







    also- i pulled this from wiki answers on blue screen errors..this is for an XP version but almost same thing for vista

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    If it was just a one times BSOD, ignore it. But if continues to occur, this may interest you :

    STOP 0x00000050 or PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA
    A hardware driver or system service requested data that was not in memory. The cause may be defective physical memory or incompatible software,especially remote control and antivirus programs. If the error occurs immediately after installing a device driver or application, try to use Safe Mode to remove the driver or uninstall the program. For more information, see KB894278 & KB183169.

    More at Windows Stop Errors Or Blue Screen Of Death

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    thx ill look into that link

    hey, i just thought, maybe i should disable UWT program? and see what happens eh?
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    Clean you rams increase dump memory page size and see cabby is well ventilated i used to get this fixed it ..

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    hi guys. good news..i think the problem was that, i forgot i set CCleaner to turn on comp and run every hour so thats why!..plus during the times it was running, my laptop fan pad was off..so im hoping no more blue screen.

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    You run CCleaner every hour? I have mine set to run once a week. What do others do?

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    not anymore bro. so i just run it once a week..sometimes, ill manually use it..depends on how heavily my net activity is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roraniel View Post
    You run CCleaner every hour? I have mine set to run once a week. What do others do?
    I don't have a setting for anything apart from my AVG which I set at 15:00 daily, but I do a manual clean up every Sunday morning and check everything then

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    i think i should manually use ccleaner always and not add to tasker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by v3loc1ty View Post
    i think i should manually use ccleaner always and not add to tasker.
    You are probably safer doing that, then you know it is done

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