If you’re seeing the blue screen of death error KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR Msfs.SYS (sometimes with the error code 0x0000007A on the side), do not be panic. It is one of the most common issues reported among Windows 10 users.

The Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error in Windows 10 is a missing or corrupt page of kernel data in a Windows, which could be caused by the errored registry, file, and memory or disk corruption. Usually, most Kernel data inpage errors happen when you start your Windows 10 from sleep mode. In this case, you can just restart your computer to fix the problem. If NOT, here are three tried-and-true solutions for you. You may not need to try them all; just work your way down until you find the one works for you.

How to fix KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR in Windows 10

Solution 1 | Check with Neptune SystemCare Ultimate

Sometimes it is just the simple registry errors or some system feature changes that cause the problem. Neptune SystemCare Ultimate, the PC optimization utility will check and fix common computer errors, protects you from blue screen death and optimizes your PC for maximum performance.

->Download and Install Neptune SystemCare Ultimate.

->Launch PC Checkup, wait and click on Fix.

->Restart your Windows.

Solution 2 | Run a Hard Disk Drive Check and RAM Check

Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error is very likely to be caused by failing RAM and a disk controller error. You can run some checks to see if your disk or RAM is the reason:

Windows Memory Diagnostic:

->Press Win + R on the keyboard to open a Run command, type in mdsched.exe and press enter.

->Click Restart now and check for problems (recommended) to check the status of your memory card.

->Your computer would be restart automatically and you will see Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool then.

Run a Hard Disk Drive test:

->Press Win+X on the keyboard and then choose Command Prompt (Admin). Click Yes if asked the administration permission.

-> Type chkdsk C: /F /R in the command and press the Enter key. Then type Y.

->Restart your computer for the CHKDSK to scan your HDD and locate and repair any problems detected.

Solution 3 | Tweak system Settings

If you’re having a bad block or sector in a paging file, Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error would occur, too. Follow the step to fix:

->Press Win + R on the keyboard to open a Run command, type in control sysdm.cpl and press enter.

-> In the Advanced tab, click Settings under Performance category.

-> Go to Advanced tab. Click Change…

->Check if the box for Automatically manage paging file size for all drives is ticked, and it should be ticked. Click OK to save the changes.

Now you’ve restarted the computer. Does the KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR blue screen still appear? You can email us if you have any questions or some other solutions for this problem.