'npsvctrig.sys' causing BSOD on Windows 8.1

NerferMC

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Today, I tried to Dual-boot Windows 7 from my Windows 8.1 computer (to test driver due to seperate bsod problem)

After I shutdown Win7, I logged on to windows 8.1 and it crashes like minutes with all the same error "PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA".
It usually happens when I play a video.

My PC supposed to be crashing 3-4 days but not every minutes.

(litterally all the same error and error codes)
can't send .dmp files due to errors.
(This thread is written in Android)
EDIT: I uninstalled Windows 7 and bsods are keep going.
 

kemical

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Threads merged to save confusion.

Did you manage to boot from Win 7 and if so was the bsod present?
 

NerferMC

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Threads merged to save confusion.

Did you manage to boot from Win 7 and if so was the bsod present?
The BSOD wasnt present on Win7 but The Win8.1 is having a bsod when playing a media (even when win7 uninstalled) and the problem is seperate from npsrvtrig.sys problem
Edit: I mean by:
(merged thread)==================
-I installed Windows 7 as a dual boot usually to test drivers
-then I came back to win8.1 but it crashes when I play a video or some media
-I uninstalled win7 to see if the solution worked
-Still not working, I tried Driver Verifier, MemTest86, Defrag, and diskcleanup (did not try chkdsk yet) on win8.1
(this thread) ======================
-npsrvctrig.sys is a seperate problem
 
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kemical

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The BSOD wasnt present on Win7 but The Win8.1 is having a bsod when playing a media (even when win7 uninstalled) and the problem is seperate from npsrvtrig.sys problem
It sounds like you'd be better off back on win 7, at least then you would have some support from your manufacturers support page..

Normally I'd advise to bring your drivers and bios up to date but you have no way of doing this.

You could always try searching for a forum which deals specifically with laptops especially yours, maybe someone has found a good driver source or similar
 

NerferMC

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It sounds like you'd be better off back on win 7, at least then you would have some support from your manufacturers support page..

Normally I'd advise to bring your drivers and bios up to date but you have no way of doing this.

You could always try searching for a forum which deals specifically with laptops especially yours, maybe someone has found a good driver source or similar
Unfortunately, Windows 7 support is ending...well....I try soon.

Note: I tried to play videos on Modern Videos App, Video editor and others and I didn't get a BSOD. I'm only having a BSOD with Windows Media Player.
 

kemical

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Try these scans:

File scans
Open a 'admin command prompt'. Type:
sfc /scannow
press enter and await results

In the same command prompt and after the above scan has finished type:
dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
Press enter and await results (longer this time).

If the first scan found files it could not repair but the second scan is successful, run the first scan again using the same command prompt box and this time it should repair the files found.
 
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