How To Fix Stop Code Memory Management | BSOD
INTRODUCTION TO BSOD: The Windows stop code is a useful way to fix a Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD) flaw. The procedures of fixing the Windows Stop Code Memory Management is not so hard you can do it easily, just follow the following points, choose, and clear up the fault.
WHAT IS WINDOWS MEMORY MANAGEMENT & WHY BSOD SHOW?
Memory management’s perfect work is a very important thing for the health of a running system. Memory management is a function which manages system memory properly for work. If your memory management goes wrong you will see your system will start showing BSOD.
The reasons behind the system start showing BSOD at regular intervals after faulty memory management are here, know them.
Insensitively, the memory management tracks every memory location on your system, and manages the transition of memory and work on physical memory and RAM at the time of implement. That make decisions about memory allocation (how much is available for allocation). It divided the memory to other programs for the easy trouble free use, after when you close a program. Memory management is like other systems, it does not excuse system errors, and when it will disintegrate it your system will go with this.
[Note: Here we working with Windows 10]
THE MEMORY MANAGEMENT BLUE SCREEN ERROR
The causes of memory management flaw are mostly
- Defective drivers.
- Issues in software (operating system files, and the corrupt system can be included).
- Defective RAM.
- Disk flaw.
- New hardware issues (like as a graphics card).
After a simple reset, your system might be recovered. Restart your management system if you encounter a Memory Management BSOD and see the error returns or not.
You May Like: Screen Capture Keyboard Shortcuts (Windows & Mac)
Things To Do Fixing The BSOD Problem
A. UPDATE WINDOWS
You need the updated Windows because not updated system files are able to make many errors, so it is most important to know, is it running with an old updated version? if yes then must update windows system, the way is here;
How To Update Windows System
To open the Settings panel, Click on ‘Windows key + I‘ and next ‘Update & Security‘. There, to know about pending updates, check under ‘Windows Update‘ and then if you see any update there, just save important files and press ‘Restart now‘. Finally, during the procedure, your system will reboot.
Note: We recommend to install the latest windows on your system.
B. RUN WINDOWS MEMORY DIAGNOSTIC TOOL
After a system reboot, the Windows Memory Diagnostic tool runs, whenever your system RAM work properly, to check you can use the integrated Windows Memory Diagnostic utility.
This helps you by checking system memory inaccuracy and for analysis, it logs the scan to a text file.
Firstly, in your Start menu search bar type ‘Windows Memory Diagnostic‘ and select the best match from there.
You will have two options 1. reboot immediately and run the utility, and 2. set the utility to run after your next reboot.
If are want to fix your memory management BSODs you need to save important documents and immediately reboot your system, after reboot, the Windows Memory Diagnostic will run instantly. If the log file will not visible after restart Windows, only press ‘Windows key + X‘ and select ‘Event Viewer‘ from the power menu, and in the Event Viewer select ‘Event Viewer (Local) > Windows Logs > System‘. Thereafter select Find in the right-hand column and type MemoryDiagnostic in the box, and hit Find Next. In the bottom of the window, the diagnostic results will be displayed. You have to investigate any specific fault which brings up Windows Memory Diagnostic.
C. RUN MemTest86
If you are confident the problem particularized system RAM and Windows Memory Diagnostic does not present errors to see, then to complete an in-depth memory test, you can use the MemTest86.
It is a free standalone memory testing tool for x86 machines. Only boot MemTest86 from a USB flash drive (or bootable disc) and just leave it to check your system RAM, it takes a long time to complete checking.
D. UPDATE YOUR DRIVERS
Basically, fresh new hardware or software comes with new drivers and on another hand, your system may not gate the information, there the easy way is to fix it update the system drivers.
At first, to open the Settings panel, press ‘Windows key + I‘ and select ‘Update & Security > View update history‘, thereafter you will find driver updates. Next, in the search bar of the Start menu type ‘device manager‘ and choose the perfect option. Check out the list for error symbol, and if you see nothing there then be stress-less, your driver is not facing this type of complication.
For updating all system drivers you can use a third-party tool, for example, Snappy Driver Installer, and IOBit’s Driver Booster.
GPU DRIVERS: Sometimes, brand-new or outdated GPU drivers can be a reason of BSOD, just thought about your GPU drivers, check the last update date, give attention to it properly.
E. RUN CHKDSK
This Windows system tool certifies the file system and fixes issues with runs certain settings. From the Command Prompt, you can run CHKDSK, that also has a lot of nifty features.
In the search bar of the Start menu type ‘command prompt‘, and next, right-click the perfect match and select ‘Run as administrator‘ [As Another Option, Press Windows key + X and from the menu bar select ‘Command Prompt (Admin)]. After doing these type ‘chkdsk /r‘ and press Enter, this will scan your system for errors and fix faults.
F. RUN SFC
If the Memory management again arises, another Windows system tool is also accessible, that is System File Check (SFC). Through this, you can check missing and deceitful Windows system files must remember before running the SFC command you have to double-check it.
The DISM is an integrated Windows utility with a vast range of function, DISM appear for Deployment Image Servicing and Management. Do the following steps correctly, it will assure the next fix may work perfectly.
- In the search bar of the Start menu, type Command Prompt (Admin) and next right click and to open an elevated Command Prompt select Run as administrator.
- Type, ‘DISM /online/cleanup-image/restorehealth’ command and press ‘Enter’.
- You have to wait until the command completed, probably it will take up to 20 minutes though that depends on your system’s health. Sometimes, this procedure looks jammed but don’t panic it will be completed.
- Type ‘sfc /scannowand’ and press ‘Enter’ after completes the process.
G. CHEAK PHYSICAL HARDWARE
Check your system hardware tangibly, and if you have moved your system recently then there is a chance that your hardware deposed at the time of the process, though its chance is too small but must check it.
H. RESET WINDOWS (LAST RESORT)
Reset the Windows is a good option, thus your system files will be replaced with the fresh files settings.
Go to ‘Settings > Update and Security > Recovery‘. After that, in ‘Reset this PC‘ select ‘Get started‘, the system will restart then (assure you have backed up important files previously). When the system will be restarted you need to select the option ‘Keep my files‘ or ‘Remove everything‘.
I. THE MEMORY MANAGEMENT STOP CODE ERROR FIXED
Lots of things can reason for Memory Management error, so it is difficult to diagnostic a direct issue and taking care of Memory Management BSODs is really hard. Without any BSOD, you can continue your work by selecting any that perfectly worked from the above.
Which one is worked in your system let us know in the comment section, to stay with us do SUBSCRIBE AND SHARE with your friends because sharing is reflected caring.