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Whats wrong with my PC

i am getting the following error on start up

PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA

what is this error, how can i fix my pc WITHOUT formatting my PC and reinstalling Windows

I am using Windows 7 Beta

PC Spec

Corsair Dominator RAM 4GB
Palit GTX 260 Graphics Card
Intel Quad Core Q6600
XFX-Motherboard 780i
500GB Sata Hard  Drive
240GB "" ""     ""     ""    
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xtravaganCommented:
Sounds like you might have installed a bad driver?

Can you boot into safe mode?
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MUDDY_123Author Commented:
yes i can once i boot into safe mode what should i do
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rindiCommented:
All sorts of faults can cause this error. Zip your last 3 *.dmp files, and upload them using the Link below:

http://www.ee-stuff.com/

Also test your RAM using memtest86+, and run the HD diagnostic tool of your HD manufacturer. You'll find both of them on the UBCD:

http://ultimatebootcd.com
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MUDDY_123Author Commented:
how do i zip the lat 3.dmp files and upload them to the website?
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rindiCommented:
You zip them with a tool like 7zip (you can google for that), and then just go to the Link I posted, login with your ee account, and then under the experts tab you have an option to upload files.
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MUDDY_123Author Commented:
where are the .dmp files located
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rindiCommented:
I'm not sure where windows 7 has saves those dumps, but you should be able to find out by looking doing the equivalent for the following (which is for XP):

right click "My Computer", select "Properties", the "Advanced" tab, the "Startup and recovery" section on "Settings", and there under "System failure" you should see where the minidumps are written to. On XP this usually is C:\Windows\Minidumps\

Under this setting you can also select the types of dumps you want. minidumps are normally sufficient, so I'd make sure you select that, and if you don't have any yet let the system crash another 3 times, which will create those dumps.
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MUDDY_123Author Commented:
hello i have uploaded the .dmp files in a winRAR

What am i supposed to do now?

do i wait till some1 has a look at the files
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rindiCommented:
Your crash dumps point to the following driver file as the cause: avgldx86.sys. This is probably part of your antivirus software. Try uninstalling that tool and get another version, or another AV software.
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lauchangkwangCommented:
agree ..... AVG could cause of this blue screen / error as well ..... especially the internet security .... try uninstall it and see .....
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MUDDY_123Author Commented:
Sorry about late reply i uninstalled AVG but i still could not load windows in normal mode
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