> Within Resource Monitor (from Task Manager) in the Memory area there
> is an item called Hard Faults. What exactly does that mean??
> thanks, Rich
"The number of hard faults per minute currently resulting from the
A hard fault (also known as a page fault) occurs when the page of the
referenced address is no longer in physical memory and has been swapped
out or is available from a backing file on disk. It is not an error.
However, a high number of hard faults may explain the slow response time
of an application if it must continually read data back from disk rather
than from physical memory."
In the Resoure Monitor, click on Help and type "hard Fault" (no quotes)
in the Search tab. You will get more information on this and all the
other items to.
Hope this helps,
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