RE: Error Message - Page error in non page area
What are the other specifications of his system? I have had the same problem
when I tried to overclock my system. All I had to do was give more power to
my ram. Perhaps taking a look in the bios and adjusting the power settings
might fix your problem.
Let me know if it works out.
> I am attempting to help a friend in need. He is running Vista Home Premium on
> a new HP desktop with an AMD Athlon processor and 2GB of RAM. To run some of
> his games, it was necessary to install a new video card (the computer came
> with the video integrated in the mother board), and to install a larger power
> supply. So, he installed the new video card (nVidia 8600GT and the new power
> supply (450 watts versus the 300 watts that came with the desktop). The CD
> that came with the video card did not have the driver for Vista so he
> downloaded and installed the driver from the nVidia website. He also made the
> changes in the setup so the device manager recognized the new video card.
> However, after the system boots, and the desktop is displayed, without
> further action up pops the fatal blue screen for only a few seconds; just
> long enough to see the message "Page error in non page area". We temporarily
> reconnected to the old video (on the mother board) and the system runs
> without error. We are at a loss as to how to proceed. Any suggestions?