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Kernel_data_inpage_error greetings sir, this is my problem,every time i play an online game(cabal online,specifically...) after a few minutes of game play the game crashes and a blue screen appears saying kernel_data_inpage_error or something like that...my specs are intel4 2.40ghz; 512mb ram;nvidia 6200 gpu;40gb hard drive....I'm in the minimum requirement of the above mentioned game,that's why i don't what could be wrong...could you please help me solve this problem,thanks in advance!^_^

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  • etheros Apr 16, 2008

    thanks sir mike for the quick response!^_^
    I went to the MS site link that you gave & followed the steps,however i cannot run the Autochk...a dialog box tells me that Autochk application cannot run on win32 mode...what does mean?? as for the Chkdsk /f /r it stated that the disk is clean, i haven't tried the memtest application..because i don't know how to use it yet (tech illiterate...-_-)
    if i would reprogram my computer could it fix the problem???
    once again thank you in advance for answering my questions!^_^

  • etheros Apr 16, 2008

    sorry for the double post sir mike,i think i know where the problem is i think you're right about the data cable but it's not the cable for the hard drive rather it's the cable for my dvd drive,i unplugged it and know i don't receive errors or so i think...i tried playing in the early morning(3:00am) & it went fine maybe because there are fewer people who are playing the game,i'll try to play when there are many people & see if it won't crash again.
    thanks again sir for helping me!^_^

  • jazzyfunkyma Mar 02, 2009

    It shows kernel_data_inpage_error after 10 minutes of work . I have notebook Fujitsy Siemens / CSeries / Lifebook.
    Please can you help me with this problem?


  • Anonymous Apr 02, 2009

    Please please learn the difference between "your" and "you're". It will stand you in good stead, honestly.

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Microsoft has answered this error. I'll list the link from MS's site.
Follow their instruction to help find the cause.
http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms854944.aspx
Ignore the references to win 2000. It's mentioned because win 2000 uses the NTFS file system, just like Win XP home & Pro.
From what I have read I would suggest you make sure you're antivirus software is updated & run a full system scan first.
Than follow MS to run chdsk.
If you need to test you're memory I suggest a free program.
Go to this link.
http://www.memtest.org/ Scroll down until you see three screen shots. Just below them is, ** Memtest86+ V2.01 (21/02/2008) **
You have the option of creating a bootable CD disk,
file: Download - Pre-Compiled Bootable ISO (.zip) or a bootable floppy disk, file: Download - Pre-Compiled package for Floppy (DOS - Win)
Either program will test you're memory for error's without you having to remove a DIMM.

Good luck etheros!
If I can be of more service, just ask.

Mike

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    Mike Peluso Apr 16, 2008

    Hi etheros, it is much easier when you post you're questions back in the same window as you did above. Creating a new answer or question can be confusing of behalf of the tech.

    The link I posted for you to test you're memory (For a floppy disk), is achieved in this manner. You download the file,

    Download - Pre-Compiled package for Floppy (DOS - Win)

    Create a folder on you're desktop & name it MemTest. Save the zip file (memtest86+-2.01.floppy.zip) into folder you named MemTest. The file is compressed in what is known as zip.

    This file must be uncompressed before you can use it. If you currently do not have an uncompressing program for WinZip you can download it for free at this next link (free 45 day trial).

    http://www.download.com/WinZip/3000-2250...

    Install WinZip. Than right click once on the file (memtest86+-2.01.floppy.zip) & a small pop-up menu will open, left click once on Extract here. The file will uncompress within you're MemTest folder. Double left click the readme.txt file inside the folder named floppy. The readme.txt file is instruction how to create a floppy diskette to check/test you're memory.



    I'm pretty sure the trouble you are having lies with you're hard drive. You have already reinstalled windows at least four times,

    & you keep getting the same error. Double check you're data cable connected to you're hard drive or replace with a new data cable (the wide cable connected from the board to the hard drive). It is possible you're hard drive is going bad. Located on you're hard drive is a white sticker. On that sticker is the name of the manufacture of the drive. Ex: Seagate, Western Digital ECT.

    Also found on that sticker is the drive's model number. Armed with that information you can go to the manufactures web site & download software that can test the drive & possibly repair the drive. To do this you will have to create a floppy disk very much like the MemTest program. Running the Windows CD during the install & performing a quick format is not as good as running the Mfg's software tools. You can try one last time to reinstall you're version of windows. During the install choose to format the drive but also choose to do a Full format. It's time consuming doing a full format but it's worth it. All in all, try to finish testing you're memory, check you're data cable & lastly reinstall windows & do a full format before installing windows.



    Mike


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I don't sonsider myself a "Game Man" but most of these programs are long and they require lots and lots of RAM. Where are going with 512 MB of RAM probably 100-130 Mhz. I don't think that you can play hardly any game (and fast) unless you have enough RAM. My thought is that you need at least 1-2 GB of min. 400 Mhz or more if your machine will do it. You are lucky, it works this well. Has PCCHIPS said that this version of the MB is intended for "Gaming"? I will contact PCCHIPS and ask them. One thing is for sure. You cannot play any speed or any length unless you have enough RAM. RAM is the temporary place to put the results and continue until they are needed again. Please get back to me and tell what happened... This is the way we get graded.
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