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Kernel32.DLL: Fixing Annoying ‘Invalid Page Fault’ Errors

 

DLL files, including Kernel32.DLL, are all part of what is known as the Dynamic Link Library. These types of files help certain programs run the way they should, unless they become corrupted and start to do more harm than good.

 

What Is Kernel32.DLL?

The Kernel32.DLL file is one that many different programs use. The file itself does not control the entire operation of a program, but in conjunction with many other files, it is responsible for the program’s operation in a consistent manner. However, there are times when any file, including the Kernel32.DLL file, can either become corrupt or lost and when this happens a disruption in the program can be experienced.

 

What Causes Kernel32.DLL Problems?

There are many causes that can be attributed to a Kernel32.DLL problem. One may be that a specific program has a conflicting Kernel32.DLL file that is trying to run as it was not uninstalled properly. Another reason may be that the Kernel32.DLL file in a specific program was accidentally deleted. The problem may even lie in the memory of your computer. Whatever the cause, the result is almost always the same, an annoying pop up message stating ‘Invalid Page Fault’ and a program that will not run properly.

 

Fixing Kernel32.DLL Problems

As there are multiple causes for any Kernel32.DLL problem, there will also be multiple solutions. The solution that will work best for you will depend on what is actually causing your problem.

 

Solution 1: Update Program in Question

Steps:

  1. Determine which program the Kernel32.DLL error keeps occurring with.
  2. Conduct an internet search to see if updates are available for the program.
  3. Perform any updates found.
  4. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.

 

Solution 2: Look for Deleted Kernel32.DLL File

Steps:

  1. Start your computer.
  2. Double click the Recycling Bin icon on your desktop.
  3. Search through the files that are contained in the folder.
  4. If the Kernel32.DLL file is found, highlight it.
  5. Click ‘Restore.’
  6. Restart your computer to allow changes to take effect.

 

Solution 3: Perform a Diagnostics Test for Memory Problems

Steps:

  1. Start your computer.
  2. Click the Start Button.
  3. In the search box you will see type in ‘mdsched.exe’ then press enter.
  4. Select whether you wish to run the test immediately or on the next restart.
  5. If next restart option is selected, the test will run the next time your computer gets booted up.
  6. If there are memory issues you will be alerted.
  7. Check for any solutions and execute.
  8. Restart your computer to allow any changes to take effect.

 

This should get you started on your quest to fix any Kernel32.DLL problems. Good luck!


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