Invalid Page Fault Errors:

What is an invalid page fault?

An invalid page fault error is happens when a software application tries to use a bit of system memory that just isn’t there. When a program does this, it spits back an invalid page fault error message and usually crashes the application to keep other problems at bay.

What causes invalid page fault error messages?

One way invalid page fault error messages can happen is when different programs don’t play well together. They compete for your computer’s resources and end up attempting to call to areas of your system memory that don’t exist.

A corrupt or bloated windows registry can also cause incompatibilities between software applications leading to memory-related error messages like invalid page faults.

Occasionally, problems with your computer’s RAM memory chips can cause invalid page fault errors. This is more rare though, and typically the invalid page fault error messages are not hardware related.

How to manually fix invalid page fault errors:

The following tips may help:

  • Disable your any unnecessary Windows background processes to eliminate sources of application compatibility issues.
  • Wipe all temporary files on your hard drive.
  • Run the Windows scandisk and hard drive defragmenter
  • Check the system requirements for the application you’re trying to run when the error appears to ensure it’s compatible with your version of Windows and you meet the minimum hardware and memory requirements.
  • If you have recently added RAM memory chips to your computer, removing the new module(s) to see if they are causing the invalid page fault error could help as well.

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