When your Windows operating system-based computer boots up, two dynamically sized pools are created by Memory Manager. These memory pools are used by kernel-mode components for allocating system memory. The pools are called NonPaged Pool and Paged Pool. Both these pools begin at initial size, which is based on the amount of the physical memory available in your system. If you set the size of these pools to improper values, you may not open, access, or copy large files. Repeated attempts to open the file may cause file corruption and file loss. In such critical situations, File Recovery is required to retrieve lost, missing, and inaccessible files from Windows hard drive.
When values of NonPagedPoolSize or PagedPoolSize parameter in system registry are specified incorrectly, several Windows kernel-mode components might not be able to allocate sufficient memory for functioning effectively. The values of both these memory pools are located in below registry key:
“\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management”
Usually, the values of such parameters are set as zero, which means that MS Windows should compute the default values for resource allocation. Default computation is overridden by nonzero values, and you should avoid it in majority of cases.
You should keep in mind that any value that you enter is the hard limit. It means the values could be used only for limiting memory to smaller value than automatic system calculation. You can not use these values for increasing memory setting. Thus, in all circumstances, there is no meaning of entering nonzero values.
When you open any file, Windows file system needs to be able to allocate some amount of the memory for tracking information regarding file.
In some situations, you may also face file system corruption if your system has incorrect memory settings. The problems generally do not occur on a properly configured Windows computer. File system corruption causes serious file loss situations and need File Recovery Software to work around the problem.
The File Recovery applications are specifically designed to carry out thorough scan of entire hard drive using high-end scanning techniques and retrieve all lost files from it. Recovery process is quite safe and easy with read-only behavior and interactive graphical user interface of these File Recovery Software.
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Bad Registry Entries Prevent Opening and Accessing