from the way i look at it, the culprit is one of your device. well when it omes to page fault_load error message, there is no realistic way of solving it and its always the trial and error method... with your history of error messages (IRQL, ERROR CODE 7 and this one)...there are two possibilites
1) Either your RAM is busted , which at this point can be parked aside ....
2) Incorrect settings under BIOS or BIOS update....
I could also think of one of more for which i would need your response. What type of harddrive do you have ?? SATA or RAID ?? because if you have RAID have you tried installing the drivers which came along with it ??
Options you have in hand is check for BIOS update for the laptop model and install them, check for RAID drivers and try installing them as well...
In the beginning of August, my cousin had this problem with the computer having blue screens IRQL Drivers_Less to_Equal or something like that, and the Page Fault_found in nonpage area or something like that. So all I wanted to do was to reformat the disk, and replace the RAM.
So, now, blue screen doesn't show up anymore. But now, I try to setup/start windows, and error code 7 in other words; the following:
ntkrnlmp.exe could not be loaded Error code 7.
Okay, so on my cousin's computer, I finally managed to bypass the whole error code 7 thingamgig, and I also replaced the RAM and my computer can turn on now, so
I insert the XP CD, I boot from the CD, and it says, Choose an Operating System to STart:
Windows XP Professional
Windows XP Professional Setup
So it goes to Starting Windows, blah, blah, and on the bottom it says press F6 to install RAID drivers or whatever...
then it goes to the Windows XP Loading Screen.
NOW my problem is the Windows XP loading screen is taking forever to load!!!!
And then, the blue screen-Page Fault in Non page area pops up again!!! after a while!!!
But how could that be...I replaced the RAM...and great...
I'm back to step one.
So it wasn't the RAM after all.......? Or was it...? Or is this fresh one another busted one???? Please help!
I have Windows XP Service Pack 2. System Info: Intel Pentium 4
CPU 2.00 GHz, 2.00 GHz, 512 MB of RAM
And despite all this, there seems to be NO WAY I can reformat the disk. YES, I WENT TO THE MICRSOFT SUPPORT SITE FOR HELP
Any help would be appreciated!!!