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This link has pretty much everything you need to know about that specific BSOD http://hubpages.com/hub/What-Is-Page-Fault-in-Nonpaged-Area

to be honest if it is just a one time thing then I wouldn't look to much into it, if it occurs again and again then we can diagnose the problem further.

Also (might seem dumb) I cant see your attached minidump.

 

Also just to add:

http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/devtools/debugging/install64bit.mspx (Windows 7 debugging tools 64bit)

http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/devtools/debugging/installx86.mspx (Windows 7 debugging tools 32bit)

http://www.sevenforums.com/crash-lockup-debug-how/26584-configuring-debugging-tools.html (how to use the tools and configure them)

http://www.fiberdownload.com/Download/19771/BlueScreenView (blue screen viewer, much simpler than windows dbg but gives you valuable info on the problem)

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I saw some of the sites when i googled it however came to no conclusion for myself.

It's happened twice now.

EDIT

ntkrnlpa.exe this causes the problem, apparently.

I'm gonna wait, see if another BSOD happens and if it does, i'll put all the minidumps up.

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I have a similar problem to this, ever since I got my laptop, every nine and again, no specific time frame between, it crashes and then goes onto the BSOD display, i haven't been able to note any info it gives me on the screen. Any ideas what the problem could be guys would help?  :thumb-up:

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I have a similar problem to this, ever since I got my laptop, every nine and again, no specific time frame between, it crashes and then goes onto the BSOD display, i haven't been able to note any info it gives me on the screen. Any ideas what the problem could be guys would help?  :thumb-up:

 

 

 

Sure, please post a new topic in the relevant Operating System board :o

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I saw some of the sites when i googled it however came to no conclusion for myself.

It's happened twice now.

EDIT

ntkrnlpa.exe this causes the problem, apparently.

I'm gonna wait, see if another BSOD happens and if it does, i'll put all the minidumps up.

ntkrnlpa.exe could be caused by bad memory, so run memtest on it for at least 8 hours.

It could also be a corrupt driver or program.

Might be a virus so run some checks.

Also seen as ntkrnlpa.exe is a vital part of the kernel in windows it is possible that windows is corrupt, you could try scanning your HDD for errors and let windows fix any it finds.

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