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Windows BSOD page_fault_in_nonpaged_area

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Disabling the pageing file probably fixed the issue. But I hope you have enough RAM in your system because the purpose of the paging file is to alleviate RAM usage. 

 

And put the RAM voltage back to stock. 

 

To make it worse that is one of the most common BSOD errors ever and you may have just been given a scare because they are the most common in my experience. 

Hello guys,

Hope everybody is doing well.

I have upgraded my setup about 3 weeks ago. Went from ASRock Z370 PRO 4 with Intel i5-8400 and 2666 DDR4 CL16 Corsair Vengeance to MSI MPG B550 Gaming Edge WiFi with Ryzen 5-5600X and 3600 DDR4 CL16 Crucial Ballistix. Everything was going smoothly untill yesterday when i got a BSOD with page_fault_in_nonpaged_area. I did the Windows Memory Diagnostic test and sfc/scannow found absolutly nothing and haven't had a crash since. I know it's been less then 24 hours but by the name of the error it should be a memory issue which should come up more often. 

 

Here are the things i did before the error happened:

  • Updated windows but didn't restart yet (after the BSOD it was installed and updated)
  • I undervolted my 5600X because i was getting high idle temps (50-60 C) under load (75-85 C), after the undervolting idle went to 35-45 C and under load 50-60 C
  • When it happened was playing PoE and watching youtube so i was using a bit of everything

 

What i have done so far:

  • Raised the Voltage a bit, not to factory settings
  • Disabled Virtual Memory in windows (set it to no pageing file)

The issue haven't happened yet so i hope i have fixed it. 

Do you have any suggestions or questions? Can it still be a memory issue?

I can provide more information if needed. I would appriciate any tips since this build cost a lot of money for me and im afraid that it might brick the whole thing.

Thank you all in advance!

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See if there is a newer stable BIOS for that board. B550 is still in a weird phase. 

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Disabling the pageing file probably fixed the issue. But I hope you have enough RAM in your system because the purpose of the paging file is to alleviate RAM usage. 

 

And put the RAM voltage back to stock. 

 

To make it worse that is one of the most common BSOD errors ever and you may have just been given a scare because they are the most common in my experience. 

Fuck you scalpers, fuck you scammers, fuck all of you jerks that charge way too much to tech-illiterate people. 

Unless I say I am speaking from experience or can confirm my expertise, assume it is an educated guess.

Current setup: Ryzen 5 3600, MSI MPG B550, 2x8GB DDR4-3200, RX 5600 XT (+105 core, +330 Mem), 1TB WD SN550, 2TB Seagate Barracuda Compute, Corsair 4000D Airflow, 650W 80+ Bronze. Razer peripherals. Also a 500GB 2.5" HDD I found. 

Also have a Alienware Alpha R1: i3-4170T, GTX 860M (basically a 750 Ti). 2x4GB DDR3L-1600

My current projects: VR Flight Sim: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/nathanpete/saved/#view=dG38Jx (Done!)

A do it all server for educational use: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/nathanpete/saved/#view=vmmNcf (Cancelled)

Replacement of my friend's PC nicknamed Donkey, going from 2nd gen i5 to R5 2600X: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/nathanpete/saved/#view=WmsW4D (Done!)

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13 minutes ago, rickeo said:

See if there is a newer stable BIOS for that board. B550 is still in a weird phase. 

I have the most up to date bios, there is only a beta version that is newer, don't know if it is a good idea to install that.

 

4 minutes ago, Nathanpete said:

Disabling the pageing file probably fixed the issue. But I hope you have enough RAM in your system because the purpose of the paging file is to alleviate RAM usage. 

 

And put the RAM voltage back to stock. 

 

To make it worse that is one of the most common BSOD errors ever and you may have just been given a scare because they are the most common in my experience. 

I have undervolted my CPU not my RAM, should i just revert it back to factory settings?

 

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Just now, Tartares said:

I have undervolted my CPU not my RAM, should i just revert it back to factory settings?

What I'm saying is that adjusting the voltage of your memory is never recommended unless you are doing XOC on your memory. It isn't your problem, just could be a problem later on, so please revert the changes you made to your RAM and just use a built-in XMP profile. 

 

If you can run various different types of CPU benchmarks after undervolting your CPU, then you are stable and shouldn't adjust it anymore if I were you. 

 

The BSOD you are having is common, and randomly occurring because random shit happens. By common I mean thousands of people experience it a day, and of reported BSOD error codes it is probably #1. U are just unlucky and got really scared. 

Fuck you scalpers, fuck you scammers, fuck all of you jerks that charge way too much to tech-illiterate people. 

Unless I say I am speaking from experience or can confirm my expertise, assume it is an educated guess.

Current setup: Ryzen 5 3600, MSI MPG B550, 2x8GB DDR4-3200, RX 5600 XT (+105 core, +330 Mem), 1TB WD SN550, 2TB Seagate Barracuda Compute, Corsair 4000D Airflow, 650W 80+ Bronze. Razer peripherals. Also a 500GB 2.5" HDD I found. 

Also have a Alienware Alpha R1: i3-4170T, GTX 860M (basically a 750 Ti). 2x4GB DDR3L-1600

My current projects: VR Flight Sim: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/nathanpete/saved/#view=dG38Jx (Done!)

A do it all server for educational use: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/nathanpete/saved/#view=vmmNcf (Cancelled)

Replacement of my friend's PC nicknamed Donkey, going from 2nd gen i5 to R5 2600X: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/nathanpete/saved/#view=WmsW4D (Done!)

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2 minutes ago, Nathanpete said:

What I'm saying is that adjusting the voltage of your memory is never recommended unless you are doing XOC on your memory. It isn't your problem, just could be a problem later on, so please revert the changes you made to your RAM and just use a built-in XMP profile. 

 

If you can run various different types of CPU benchmarks after undervolting your CPU, then you are stable and shouldn't adjust it anymore if I were you. 

 

The BSOD you are having is common, and randomly occurring because random shit happens. By common I mean thousands of people experience it a day, and of reported BSOD error codes it is probably #1. U are just unlucky and got really scared. 

Thanks i guess im a bit histeric. After i changed the voltage on my cpu i ran a bunch of Cinabench r23 and everything was good i even gained about 8% in performance. The only thing i changed with my ram is i turned on XMP and thats it, notthing else. So i just got unlucky i guess.

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Just now, Tartares said:

Thanks i guess im a bit histeric. After i changed the voltage on my cpu i ran a bunch of Cinabench r23 and everything was good i even gained about 8% in performance. The only thing i changed with my ram is i turned on XMP and thats it, notthing else. So i just got unlucky i guess.

Yep, exactly. End of discussion. Would also appreciate a "marked as best answer"

Fuck you scalpers, fuck you scammers, fuck all of you jerks that charge way too much to tech-illiterate people. 

Unless I say I am speaking from experience or can confirm my expertise, assume it is an educated guess.

Current setup: Ryzen 5 3600, MSI MPG B550, 2x8GB DDR4-3200, RX 5600 XT (+105 core, +330 Mem), 1TB WD SN550, 2TB Seagate Barracuda Compute, Corsair 4000D Airflow, 650W 80+ Bronze. Razer peripherals. Also a 500GB 2.5" HDD I found. 

Also have a Alienware Alpha R1: i3-4170T, GTX 860M (basically a 750 Ti). 2x4GB DDR3L-1600

My current projects: VR Flight Sim: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/nathanpete/saved/#view=dG38Jx (Done!)

A do it all server for educational use: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/nathanpete/saved/#view=vmmNcf (Cancelled)

Replacement of my friend's PC nicknamed Donkey, going from 2nd gen i5 to R5 2600X: https://pcpartpicker.com/user/nathanpete/saved/#view=WmsW4D (Done!)

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