Page fault errors can occur for any of the following reasons:
- The virtual memory system becomes unstable due to a shortage of physical memory (RAM).
- The virtual memory system becomes unstable due to a shortage of free disk space.
- The virtual memory area is corrupted by a misbehaving application.
- An application attempts to access data that is being modified by another running application.
The first two causes are the most common. These conditions can also cause a general protection fault (GPF). An invalid page fault is also called a page fault error (PFE).
Shutting down and restarting your computer may fix this error. Should the problem persist, please contact us.