PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA, minidump attached

#1
Hey guys,

I built this computer about 3 months ago, all new parts from Newegg. Every once in a while I will get this BSOD, right when Windows7 is logging in and the desktop shows. Google tells me that this is most likely due to faulty memory though I don't think this is the case. Attached is a zip of all my minidump files, as well as CPU-Z screenshots.

memory_tab.jpg spd_tab_slot2.jpg spd_tab_slot4.jpg

Thanks!
 


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#2
Okay, I definitely just realized my memory timings were off this whole time. They defaulted to 9-9-9-28, when I should have set them as 9-9-9-24 from the start. Could this be the source of my problem? And could this have ruined my memory or am I okay?
 


zigzag3143

Honorable Member
Microsoft MVP
#3
Hey guys,

I built this computer about 3 months ago, all new parts from Newegg. Every once in a while I will get this BSOD, right when Windows7 is logging in and the desktop shows. Google tells me that this is most likely due to faulty memory though I don't think this is the case. Attached is a zip of all my minidump files, as well as CPU-Z screenshots.

View attachment 15891 View attachment 15892 View attachment 15893

Thanks!
These were Related to ATI Technologies Inc. Tray Tool - allows quick access to ATI graphics card settings. Note: Located in \%Program Files%\Radeon Omega Drivers\Version No.\ATI Tray Tools. I would remove it to test at least if not permanently
 


nmsuk

Windows Forum Admin
Staff member
Premium Supporter
#4
You don't mention what ATI video card your using, but try using the official amd drivers instead of the omega ones. If you need access quickly or on a per game basis try radeonpro.
 


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