KERNEL DATA INPAGE ERROR Windows 10
(0x0000007) kernel data inpage error Windows 7
This error is also known as Kernel DATA INPAGE ERROR. This Array comes when your computer or laptop comes from the bad memory of RAM memory.
Here’s how it looks on Windows 8, 8.1 and Windows 10 systems:
Causes of KERNEL DATA INPAGE ERROR
This error has been known to occur as a result of one or more of the following:
Cause One: System memory is failing
The most common cause of this error is RAM (Read-only memory) that repeatedly on a read/write attempt.
Cause Two: Disk file system integrity compromised
Another possible cause for this error is a damaged file system. This may happen because of disk read/write errors, power outages or virus attacks.
Fix @1: Check System Log in Event Viewer
The Event View tool can help you identify the device that’s causing the 0x0000007a error to appear.
To access the Event Viewer’s logs, follow these steps:
- Type Administrative Tools in the search box
- Select Administrative tools from the list of results
- Double-click on Computer Management
- Expand the Event Viewer tree from the right side panel
- Expand the Windows logs tree
- Select System
- Check for any error messages that may help you identify the device that’s triggering this error
Fix @2: Run Memory Diagnostics Tool
The Memory Diagnostics Tool allows you to check if your RAM memory has any issues that can cause the 0x0000007a error to appear.
To access Memory Diagnostics Tool, follow these steps:
- Type Windows Memory Diagnostic in the search box
- Click on Windows Memory Diagnostic from the list of results
- Continue with the Windows Memory Diagnostic wizard to complete the process and wait for the results
You can also use Easy Recovery Essentials’ Automated Repair that can test both your hard disk and RAM memory for any errors:
- Download Easy Recovery Essentials
- Burn the ISO Image. Follow our instructions on how to burn a bootable ISO image. If you’d like to have a recovery USB instead, follow our instructions on how to make a recovery USB.
- Boot into Easy Recovery Essentials
- Select Automated Repair
- Click Continue and wait for the Automated Repair process to finish. The automated Repair process will report any issues found with your hard disk or RAM memory:
Fix @3: Check hardware peripherals
If none of the above fixes are working for your PC to fix the 0x0000007a error, try the following tips:
- Remove any hardware peripherals that might have been added to your PC. Remove every peripheral each at a time, restart your computer and check if the error appears.
- Try to run a virus scan. If you don’t have antivirus software, you can also use Antivirus Scanner of Easy Recovery Essentials.