Hard faults do not represent an error condition. They are a normal part of memory processing.
When a hard fault occurs, it simply means that the block of memory had to be retrieved from the Page File (Virtual Memory) instead of the physical memory (RAM).
An excessive number of hard faults could indicate a need to increase the physical memory.
Please see the following article for a complete description of the different terms used for Memory management.
Make Sense of Memory Management and Key Memory Measurements
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