Kernel data inpage error
What is Kernel data inpage error?
“Kernel data inpage error” is an error that usually occurs when Windows has trouble reading something from the memory. It may be stored memory in the hard drive or dynamic memory from the random-access memory (RAM).
How can you fix Kernel data inpage error?
Some of the solutions to this error include testing the hard disk, testing RAM using Windows Memory Diagnostic, and uninstalling a corrupt driver while in safe mode.
Please see our in-depth walk-through solutions below.
Solution 1. Test Hard disk drive (HDD)
“Kernel data inpage error” may be caused by a hard disk drive with a bad sector. This error may be caused by a damaged pagefile located on your C drive. Most of the time, it is damage resulting from a faulty hard disk drive. You may want to check your hard drive if it is causing this error by testing it. If the HDD is found to be defective, this is non-repairable, please replace it.
NOTE: Also if you have recently installed a driver then this error occurred, you may want to skip this and try Solution 3.
Solution 2. Test Random-access memory (RAM)
“Kernel data inpage error” may also occur if your RAM is faulty. If the hard disk drive proved to be in good condition after testing it as in Solution 1, you might want to test your RAM if it is faulty. This is a rare case but try to test your RAM.
You may also want to reconnect and clean the RAM. Clean the gold pin by using an eraser. And then, put it back with a little force until the RAM slot snaps. Then, test it using Windows Memory Diagnostic, please see below for the video instruction.
If the Windows Memory Diagnostic finds an error, shut down the computer, switch your RAM into a different RAM slot on the motherboard and run the test again. If the error moves with the RAM, it is likely that it is a RAM issue. If the error only appears in a specific RAM slot, it is likely that the motherboard has a RAM issue. Swap physical memory as appropriate.
Solution 3. Uninstall corrupt driver in safe mode
“Kernel data inpage error” may also appear when a recently installed driver is not compatible, or was installed successfully but is not working properly with the hardware or with Windows. Uninstalling an incompatible or corrupt driver may fix the error.
Option 1. For users who can not access Windows Desktop
Option 2. For the user who can still access Windows Desktop
- Hold Shift and Press restart.
- Or click Windows button and Letter I at the same time, to direct you to Windows Setting and follow the image below.
- Click Troubleshoot ==> Advance Option ==>Start up Setting ==> Restart.
- Select Safe Mode.
- Now go to the Control Panel and select “Uninstall program.”
- Look for the newly installed driver that may have caused the error and uninstall it.
- Restart your computer.