Kernel_data_inpage_error Windows 10 is an error that refers to a missing or corrupt page of kernel data in a Windows page file. It may be caused by corruption of a file, memory, or disk.
Some of the solutions to this error include testing the hard disk drive (HDD), testing the memory (RAM), and uninstalling the corrupt driver in safe mode.
Please see our in-depth walk-through solutions below.
Solution 1. Test Hard Disk Drive (HDD)
“Kernel_data_inpage_error Windows 10” accompanied with a blue screen of death (BSOD) may occur when a pagefile that is saved in the HDD could not be read by the system. It is possible that your HDD has a bad sector, which caused the damage to the pagefile. You might want to test your HDD but before performing the test, please reconnect the HDD cable because loss cable could also be the cause. Then, perform the check disk using Command prompt or use HDtune to test your hard disk.
NOTE: If you recently installed a driver and this error came up, you might want to check solution 3 first.
Option 1. Check Disk
Option 2. Use HDtune
Test hard disk using HDtune, see this YouTube link here.
Solution 2. Test the Random Acess Memory (RAM)
A rare case, but it is also possible that a bad sector in the RAM may be causing “Kernel_data_inpage_error Windows 10.” However, if the hard disk drive, upon checking was in good condition it could be caused by the RAM. You may want to test it to make sure but first, remove the RAM clean the gold pin of the RAM using an eraser then return it properly by pushing it in until the RAM slot lock snaps in place. Then, test it using Windows Memory Diagnostic, please see below for the instructions or see the link for a YouTube video tutorial.
Option 1. Windows Memory Diagnostic see YouTube link here
Option 2. Memtest86 see YouTube link here
If the Windows Memory Diagnostic or the memtest86 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 to 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
A newly installed driver or Windows update may also cause “Kernel_data_inpage_error Windows 10.” You may want to uninstall it to fix the problem.
Option 1. For users who can not access Windows Desktop
Option 2. For the user who can still access Windows Desktop
Watch it here on YouTube.
In Advanced Option
Here is a video demo on YouTube where Windows update was uninstall using Safe mode.