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Found out I needed to flash my bios. I did so I and now have the latest one. For a while that worked, but now I keep getting the bsod stop codes 109 and the code for page fault in nonpaged area. Trying the error check option on my hard drives. I'm trying very hard to not have to reinstall windows. Any suggestions that don't require internet access will be greatly appreciated.
never had that stop code but you could try error checking

to do that
1 open my computer - (showing HDD`s ect)
2 open properties on system disk
3 select tools tab & hit check now
4 check both dialogue boxes & restart (may take a while depending on disk size)

that should fix any bad sectors and fix file system errors it saved my install so-many times

i have had the page file fault - if you have a Over Clock add a little more voltage or back down the OC

also go into windows and disable page file restart set page file to minimum required, restart then set it to its original value to then have a fresh pagfile.sys file should fix your page file issue

you could try windows 7 manager use full in finding junk files ect
if you use that

1 open the app
2 select security
3 system tab
4 check clear page file at shut down / restart
5 repeat 1-2&3 then uncheck clear page file

hope that helps
post #32 of 67
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Tried error check. No luck with that. I'll try the others tonight. Thanks
post #33 of 67
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How do I get to this windows 7 manager?
post #34 of 67
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Irql not equal or less than
post #35 of 67
Have you checked your ram with memtest?
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post #36 of 67
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Don't have memtest yet, but I ran windows' memory diagnostic. Also. I don't have internet at the moment and and I get BSOD no more that 5 mins after I long on in regular mode.
post #37 of 67
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Got a diff page fault this time. So far, the 3 that I have seen are atikmdag.sys apati.sys and just now, ksecpkg.sys.
post #38 of 67
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Could having memory with diff timings cause these problems?
post #39 of 67
its possible.
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post #40 of 67
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Frustrated. Removed slower memory and managed my wires better, and now, my mobo is acting up again like before.
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