page fault in non paged area

Posted on 2006-03-20
Last Modified: 2010-04-13
Ok here goes I have tested and replaced all memory allabsolutly fine, also did a clean win 2000 install on a brand new HD windows started fine, bought new disk and ghosted the image of the orignal drive to a brand new drive hey guess what BSOD and yet again page fault in non paged area.... so the deal is this I desperatly want to regain my old settings and instalation, and would like to know what drivers I'm looking for OR what I'm looking for in the original HD, I can access all of the file system incl winnt? Its driving me MAD and I've been at it for a week now, any help would really be very much appreciated. The whole thing started at random... no new hardware/ software or anything fitted in the last cpl of weeks, in fact way beyond that..

Firewall is Zonealarm pro
Norton Systemworks 2003 AV

SPyware Doc
MS antispyware

all been working fine for months

Question by:agentsmithfrusion
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    Expert Comment

    Hi agentsmithfrusion,

    Please go to windows\minidump folder and collect the last files.

    Upload the files to a public webspace (Like and post here the download link.


    Author Comment

    Hi Miquel

    Many thanks download link here


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    Accepted Solution

    Hi agentsmithfrusion,

    That file is the most recent ? What's your system date ?

    That file is from Mon Oct  3 23:04:27.890 2005 (GMT+0)

    The results are :

    BugCheck 1E, {c0000002, 8041725c, be9e4df0, be9e1000}
    Probably caused by : ntoskrnl.exe ( nt!CcWriteBehind+1a0 )

    You have a Nvidia Graphic Card ?

    If so try update the Drivers :

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    Expert Comment

    Try a disk check chkdsk /r

    Author Comment

    Hi Yep was most recent minidmp file, yes I'v tried chkdsk and not too certain as to how to update drivers on the graphics card in dos? Can't quite see how this is the problem since the system has been fine for months with no problems at all???

    Author Comment

    Hi just checked the minidump file on both the ghost imaged file and the original HD its the same file? Just to get this straight, I ghosted the Drive attempted to boot the machine with the new drive but old system succesfullly ghosted on the drive and recieved the same BSOD message

    It seems a bit weird since I attempted to boot from a new disk that I have the same minidmp file as the ghost image original, should I be looking elsewhere in winnt for the minidmp file?



    Author Comment

    Hi All STILL no complete solution, the points were awarded for a very good piece of info but did not solve the problem, I will post again in the hope someone can help

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