Avoid General Protection Fault
Lot of us has seen general
protection fault error with a hexadecimal codes
on the screen. This indicates that the processing unit
of the computer is behaving abnormally. But we can rely
on the CPU because it has the capability to resolve
this kind of issue. Actually, protection fault occurs
due to improper storage in a particular application.
It may happen due to a program which had tried to access
a part of memory and that portion of memory was corrupted.
Same way it affect the hardware peripherals. Specially,
the .dll files which is always influenced by these issues.
Generally, General protection fault
issues come up with incorrect signal codes. It simply
means that that the CPU of the computer has gone bad
and which may cause overheating and voltage fluctuation.
It may also affect the RAM and compatibility issues
may come up. Moreover, if it is related to software
then the error may be the result of particular software.
Particular programming software keeps on changing the
environment of a computer and these cause general
protection fault. Obsolete device drivers try
to access the memory at a great extent. Mostly, .dll
files are affected.
In order to fix general protection fault
error, we can first try to restart the system for couple
of times. This could be helpful for minor issues. Otherwise,
first we can uninstall or remove the unwanted programs
from the computer. Then we can go the windows “temp”
folder and try to clean-up all the files by simply deleting.
However, before deleting any file, it is best if we
check the functionality of a file. After this we should
try to run the defragmentation program of the particular
partition of the drive. In this way we can make the
system free form any general protection fault