Memory Management Error
LANCE HODDINOTT asked on March 10, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.
Memory Management Blue Screen Error
» The blue screen was for few seconds so i couldn't watch it all.
But i saw something on the top say Memory_Manage or Managment.
Then the pc just restarted and now its working but how can i tell what it was?!
The "Blue Screen of Death" (also known as BSOD) is the name given to the phenomenon in Windows operating systems when an issue with the computer generates a conflict that can only be resolved by restarting the computer. As a result the BSOD is displayed advising the user to restart while the operating system generates a log of the problem.
If you're receiving the BSOD error and it cites memory management as the cause for the crash, rather than increasing your PC's virtual memory you might attempt to trace the software that is causing the problem. This might prove difficult at first, but it should be possible to determine the problematic application by being aware of what is currently connected to your computer, what software these items of hardware use, and what software you have recently installed. By tracing the problem and identifying the responsible software (or peripheral) you should be able to prevent the BSOD occurring again in future.
Failing to resolve the BSOD by the means described above might indicate a more serious problem. A virus(Backdoor:Win32/Bifrose.AE), worm or other malware might contribute to your computer crashing, necessitating the immediate use of anti-virus software to scan for problems. Some malware will make a fake blue screen of death appear.
After this, take advantage of a malware cleaning utility such as DLL Suite, which should detect and remove any suspicious or associated dll file errors that your anti-virus software might already have missed.
ROSS EMERY replied on March 16, 2013
- PROINNSIAS OMALLEY replied on March 10, 2013: » If your computer is restarting spontaneously, you are presumablyblue-screening, and you are set to the default of rebooting whenever that happens. It's a poor default setting and you should change it.
Right-click My Computer, and choose Properties. On the Advanced tab, click Settings under Startup and Recovery. Under System failure, uncheck the box "Automatically restart.
Now when the problem occurs again, instead of restarting, you will get the blue screen with diagnostic information. Post back with those details for more help.
- DURVAL HENKE replied on March 10, 2013: » The blue screen happened once this morning the only thing i could see before it booted the pc was something like MEMORY_MANAGMENT.
Then after rebooted i used the windows 7 memory diagnostic tool so it rebooted did tests then rebooted again and in the windows it throwed me popup window with tringle yellow warning sign say WINDOWS HAS MEMORY PROBLEM something like that and thats it no more information.
- CHARLES YELVERTON replied on March 12, 2013: » Memory management issue with an unknown type. This looks like your RAM is damaged. And you already run the diagnostic tool and got errors. So, replace the RAM.
- LANCE HODDINOTT replied on March 13, 2013: » How can i find which ram slot is the bad one? Should i do it in this pc taking each one out and check the others? Or each ram can work without another one? Or there must be some order?
- CHARLES YELVERTON replied on March 15, 2013: » Only use 1 RAM module and put it into each RAM slot. Now run the memory test for a few hours.
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