Here's the answer to your original question.
virtual memory to physical memory. On the surface, this error messages
suggests that no more PTEs are available on the system. That can happen if
your system is performing a large number of input/output operations (more
likely on a server than a desktop). Alternative causes, however, can be a
faulty device driver thatâ€™s mismanaging memory or an application thatâ€™s
inappropriately allocating large amounts of kernel memory.
If the error message provides a file name, you should uninstall or disable
the program associated with that file. If the file is a device drivers, check
for an upgrade or try using an older version of the driver. A registry tweak
is available for Windows XP Professional, but if youâ€™re using a desktop
system, thereâ€™s a good chance the error is being caused by faulty software
and not an actual lack of PTEs."