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BSOD: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA (50) Help me please find out what it causes by.

Sometimes I randomly have a BSOD screens and can't get what this causes by.

The last one is PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA (50).

After spending some time on googling I noticed that many of answers relate this type of BSOD to hardware corruption (RAM, GPU, Video Card Memory). But I have also noticed (by information on the internet) that all BSOD errors caused by some "hardware corruption".

But I was passed my hardware through some benchmarks.

RAM passed through memtest86 without any errors. GPU passed through some time in furmark and don't have corruption. I playing AAA games some time and don't have any freezes or BSODs during process. I was check HDD with chkdsk also and there nothing wrong too.

Help me please find out what happens actually.

Maybe full clean reinstalling of Windows with HDD format will fix the problem?

BSOD appears after 8 - 9 hours unexpectedly. Some days BSOD didn't appears at all and on the each second day it appear anyway.

Latest DMP files I have uploaded to OneDrive here: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AqtjecSpngNDhGevBev89fe-IUs8?e=Yv4XzU

Output of the WinDbg for 041121-71421-01.dmp: https://pastebin.com/wHUYBbPk
Output of the WinDbg for MEMORY.DMP: https://pastebin.com/fvxafC7L

My hardware:

CPU: Ryzen 5 3600 (works in stock)

GPU: MSI GTX 1080 GAMING X

RAM: HX430C15PB3K2/16 (works on 2400 Mhz)

MOBO: ASUS PRIME B350 M-A

PSU: be quiet! system power 9 700w 80+ bronze


I have updated all drivers, for video card (using the DDU), latest BIOS and latest chipset driver by AMD.

PS. Also I have noticed that when I trying to install update via Windows update it causes BSOD too.

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SSengupta-4080 answered

I shall suggest you to go for Clean installation to fix the issue.

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TeemoTang-MSFT answered

Random issue is hard to troubleshooting and diagnosing, the WinDbg results don’t give us helpful information.
In order to exclude system related issue, you’d better backup important data in C partition then clean install system.
Next, update drivers from manufacturer website and monitor computer state.
Software conflict, drivers, compatibility and virus are common causes of BSOD, clean install can usually clear up the impart of virus and drivers, you just need to take care of recent-installed programs’ compatibility/conflict, updates compatibility and hardware issue.


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Docs-4663 answered

Please indicate whether you plan to clean install or troubleshoot.

For troubleshooting logs can be collected and scanned.
Then a tool can be used to look misbehaving drivers.

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