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By prevere ·
How can I find out why I get an invalid page fault message when I run a program IE:microtek filescan. runnind Win 98 se
PIII 128meg Dell desktop.

Thanks in advance

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by jeremiec In reply to Page fault

try to reinstall the program because it tries to write to a layer that windows prohibits, so it causes a gpf (general protection fault)

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by prevere In reply to Page fault

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by Veetel In reply to Page fault

Try to set it up to run in it's own memory space.

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by martin.hoer In reply to Page fault

Could be that you have problem with ram. I have had trouble with page faults on two computers, in both case I run test on ram, showed problems with memory blocks. Replaced ram sticks and problem solved. Goto MS website and do a seach on Page Fault errors.

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by sltaylor In reply to Page fault

Go to www.microsoft.com and click on the Search feature. Type in the error message (Ex: filescan performed an invalid page fault in explorer). In the box below click either: All Words, or Any Words. Then click on search. Microsoft's knowledge base will list several pages of topics related to your error message. Search out the one that is related to your problem. If this doesn't work, you can check with Microtek (check their web page for a knowledge base as well)

I have found Microsoft's knowledge base to be very helpful in circumstances such as these.

Hope this helps.

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