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  • invalid page fault

    What usually causes an invalid page fault? And does removing all your TSRs usually do the trick in terms of troubleshooting?

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    There are several reasons a computer may generate an Invalid Page fault error. Below are few of those possibilities.

    *Incompatibility or issue with the software programs.
    *Issues with the computer memory.


    Remove all TSRs
    Disable or unload any TSRs or programs currently running before running the program causing the GPF.

    Delete all program temporary files
    Delete all temporary files that may still be residing on the hard disk drive from currently or previously running programs.

    Run ScanDisk / Defrag
    Run ScanDisk and run Defrag on the hard disk drive as it could be possible your hard disk drive may have an issue causing the swap file or data files to become corrupt or invalid
    Details: How to fix an invalid page fault