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Bsod caused because of ntkrnlpa.exe Win xp sp3 driver

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Hi

 

I got  about 3 BSOD`s this last week while only browsing the internet.

I`m sending the Bluescreenview report.

I`ll be glad to get some ideas to fix that.

Thanks.

Bsod.txt

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Thanks Hazelnut, somehow I suspect the new antivirus I installed does the thing, because it started since then.

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in my experience PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA are usually memory related - not so much 'bad' memory modules (although it can be) but more likely some software (not quite written right) is either buggy or is highlight a current fault with your memory.

 

quick, easy & cheap fix is to replace RAM and test it out - or if the rig has multiple modules, remove one at a time, or swap them around or even cleaning them can help.

 

but as you say, if this only started happening after a software change, my money is on that.  and again, easy to verify, remove it, use AVG or Avast Free for a few days and see if it repeats.

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You aren't by chance using the "tweak/hack" to extend updates of XP until 2019 are you that Microsoft warned against? If so I know it will cause issues some little some very obvious.

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...but as you say, if this only started happening after a software change, my money is on that.  and again, easy to verify, remove it, use AVG or Avast Free for a few days and see if it repeats.

Hi

So I did yesterday, I uninstalled the AV and installed another, now I`ll wait and see if my money was on the right spot...:)

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You aren't by chance using the "tweak/hack" to extend updates of XP until 2019 are you that Microsoft warned against? If so I know it will cause issues some little some very obvious.

Nope I do not.

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Didn`t help I`m still getting BSOD, so it was not the AV the culprit....

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