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Among all these BSOD errors in Windows, the FAULTY HARDWARE CORRUPTED PAGE. So if you also have such errors on your device and you need certain methods to correct them, then you are in the right place.
You may be wondering what the defective hardware error really means. To understand it, we need to know the causes. We have listed some of the most common reasons for this error:
- An incorrectly installed or uninstalled program/application.
- Malicious software or a virus that corrupted system files.
- Problems installing a Windows update.
- Obsolete, damaged or misconfigured device drivers.
- Corruption in the Windows registry due to a recent software change.
- The damaged or damaged hard disk.
How to correct FAULTY_HARDWARE_CORRUPTED_PAGE error.
Disable Fast Startup
The quick start function has long been reported as the offender. You can disable it to see if this problem is solved:
1) Press the Windows logo key on your keyboard and click Control Panel.
2) Display the large icons, click Power Options.
3) Click Select what the power button does.
4) Click Edit Settings that are not currently available.
5) Disable Quick Start (recommended). Click Save Changes to save and exit.
Running SFC Scan and Repair System Files
Run System File Check (SFC): The System File Check (sfc /scannow) command checks the integrity of all protected files in the operating system and replaces incorrect, damaged, modified or damaged versions with the correct versions if possible.
To perform a system file check (SFC):
Go to Start>Type CMD
Right-click and run the program as an administrator (called a high command prompt).
If you want to check and repair the sfc /scannow OS type (note the distance between sfc and”/”)
If you only want to check the operating system type sfc /verifyonly (no changes are made with verify only)
Resetting the operating system
If you have tried all the above methods and none of them worked for you, we recommend that you reset your operating system. Before you do, make sure you make a full backup of all your important data and files. Here are the steps to follow to reset your Windows operating system:
Click the Search icon.
Enter “Settings” (no quotation marks).
After opening the Settings window, choose Update and Security.
Go to the menu on the left bar and select Recovery.
Click the Start button under the Reset this PC section.
You will see two ways to reset your computer. Choose Delete all.
Important note : Again, choosing this option means that you lose all your applications and data. Save them before you move on.
You will be prompted to clean the drives. We recommend choosing Just Remove My Files because it is faster than the other option. Select this option if you want to continue using the computer after troubleshooting.
The FAULTY_HARDWARE_CORRUPTED_PAGE error may cause problems on your PC, but we hope you have solved it with our solutions.
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