Windows 10: Bsod MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error code: 0x0000001a

Discus and support Bsod MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error code: 0x0000001a in Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging to solve the problem; Hi there, I've asked your help about the same bsod, some month ago on 7Forum. At the time i was on 7 to test it's stability on my previous mobo ( i... Discussion in 'Windows 10 BSOD Crashes and Debugging' started by Myashi, Jun 10, 2017.

  1. Myashi Win User

    Bsod MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error code: 0x0000001a

    Hi there,

    I've asked your help about the same bsod, some month ago on 7Forum. At the time i was on 7 to test it's stability on my previous mobo ( i was convinced that my mobo wasn't compatible with Win 10 ). At the time you couldn't help me, cause there were activation problems with the 7th.

    Now I have replaced my unstable old motherboard ( msi x99 krait ), with this asus x99 strix,
    I came back to Win 10. I've not even finished to install back my steam games, and just a while ago i've got my first bsod on win 10. Sound to me like a -> Welcome back *cry

    It is the same bsod of the last time, and the same one I've got for like one year and half, on the last motherboard, on both win 10 and 7 ( on the old mobo i had frequently also other kind of bsods ).

    I tried a memory benchmark with XTU, but not yet a memtest86 test.
    Following the rules of this forum, I've attached the DM log and a screenshot of Blue Screen View.
    If you need something else, I'll provide it as soon as possible.

    Ps. For reference, here's my previous post ->

    Pps. I'm sure this installation of win 10 is legit, cause the product key was sent me by Microsoft days ago ( i had problem to reactivate on the new mobo ).

    Attachment 139024Attachment 139025

    Myashi, Jun 10, 2017

  2. two BSOD on connecting Sony Camera


    I've had two BSOD stop 0x1a in the past 10 days. Both are Memory Mgt, both have been 5 seconds after connecting a Sony camera.

    BlueScreenView v1.55 by Nir Sofer tells me:

    MS AHCI Storport Miniport Driver
    10.0.15063.332 (WinBuild.160101.0800)

    USB XHCI Driver
    10.0.15063.0 (WinBuild.160101.0800)

    Both Device drivers appear to be new with 10.0.15063 and are dated 6/June/2017.

    Camera works fine after the restart.

    ***Post moved by the moderator to the appropriate forum category.***
    Eric-Moore, Jun 10, 2017
  3. Sinch123 Win User
    Various BSOD'S "MEMORY_MANAGEMENT", 0x0000001E and 0x0000001A

    Hi all, I'm looking for help, i'm getting various BSOD's currently after partitioning both of my HDD's and doing a clean install of windows, i can't name all of the BSOD's off the top of my head however i have dump files.

    My spec -

    Intel Core i5-4460 3.2GHz

    8GB RAM

    1TB HDD (WDC WD10EZEX-00BN5A0) (Windows installed here)


    NVIDIA GTX-960

    Once i start my PC i get into a BSOD loop for perhaps 10-15 minutes before my PC can finally load my desktop, usually the BSOD will occur after logging into the windows user profile (just before or just as the desktop shows)

    I've ran sfc /scannow, which always comes back saying it's found error that it's unable to fix.

    Most recent dump file -


    SFC /scannow dump -


    Any help would be appreciated, i'm stumped Bsod MEMORY_MANAGEMENT	error code: 0x0000001a :(

    Kind regards.
    Sinch123, Jun 10, 2017
  4. Myashi Win User

    Bsod MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error code: 0x0000001a

    ​UPDATE: Another bsod right now.
    I just set in the bios the asus optimal mode and the boot logo off.

    EDIT -> UPDATE 2
    I've got two other bsod yesterday night. The first one was ->


    The second was another -> MEMORY_MANAGEMENT 0x0000001a.

    I've attached the new Dmlog with all the 4 bsod so far.

    The last occurred when I shut down the pc. This is insane ç_ç

    EDIT2 -> UPDATE 3


    Another BSOD while shutting down the pc this morning.
    I've ran the windows memory diagnostic and in the event viewer, I found memory errors ( and a lot of different more ). I'm going to run memtest86 but here is the thing. I've ran memtest many times during this one year and half, everytime i had bsods. It found some errors a couple of time and never more, all the consecutive tests done in the while were good ( 0 errors even after hours of test ). I've read online that sometime memtest86 gives false readings and when that happens, a bench with burnin test, could help to understand if sticks are faulty or not. So i dunno what i have to believe here. I had problem on another pc with ram, but in that case the behaviour of the system was unmistakable ( freeze while browsing, pc didnt't start up and lot of error in memtest ).

    I'm attacching an updated dmlog. In the mainwhile i'll do some pass in memtest.
    Additional info: it give me bsod very randomly. Sometimes just browsing, sometimes after i've played a bit ( the last game i played yesterday was Rime on steam ).


    EDIT3 -> UPDATE 4


    Right now two different bsod, the first while browsing FB on Chrome ( kernel security check if i'm not wrong ).
    The second while logging on windows ( memory management ).
    Win it didn't generated dump file it seems. I still have to run memtest, if only my pc let me prepare the bootable usb... *Sad


    EDIT4 -> UPDATE 5

    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I've ran memtest86 for the last 19h ( 5 pass ). It found me 3380 errors. I can't attach one of those log the new memtest ( version 7.3 ) can save. For some reason, when i try the test of the new memtest, the pc crash and all i can do is reset the pc. This version 4.3.7 seems to run perfectly. But still i don't know if these readings are correct. Here's a photo of the test, taken from my tablet. This is the test done with all the sticks plugged in. Now i'll start testing every single stick of ram.


    EDIT5 -> UPDATE 6


    I've finished all the test on every single stick of ram. Memtest din't find any error this time.
    How is that possible? It finds errors when all the sticks are plugged in, but didn't find nothing on the single sticks?
    I don't understand. Btw after i've plugged in back all the four stick of ram, i've had another BSOD while login in windows ( KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED 0x0000001e ).

    Pls somebody help me to fix this mess.
    Myashi, Jun 10, 2017
  5. zbook New Member
    Hi Myashi,

    The minidump files 3 on 6/11 and 2 on 6/12 all when debugged indicate memory.

    You have already some studies and the prior link I still need to review.

    The logs that you sent were in a foreign language and I was not able to read them.
    If possible please resend the log in English so that we can troubleshoot them.

    For the memory testing please run memtest86+ version 5.01 for at least 8 runs. This may take hours so plan to run it overnight.
    Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool
    For the testing of the RAM and DIM slots/motherboard lets try this method:
    On your next test start with only one ram in one dim.
    Then test another ram in the identical dim.
    This should give us information about each ram in only one dim.
    Then perform the same testing in a second dim with each RAM.
    The final test will be both ram in the two dim that were already tested.
    For each test make sure that you have at least 8 runs. It sometimes takes runs in the teens to find faulty memory.
    After each memtest86+ test of > 8 runs please post an image into the thread.
    If you have faulty RAM it will display as error. With the above method each RAM will have been tested three times and each dim will have been tested 5 times.
    I suspect you will need to replace faulty RAM and will await the Memtest86+ version 5.0 test results
    Again please see what you can do to repost the logs in English so we can troubleshoot them.
    zbook, Jun 14, 2017
  6. Myashi Win User
    Hi Zbook,

    sorry for the log in italian. I've attached another log in English. Unfortunately like I've wrote in the previous updates, this log is based just on five dump files. I've got till now seven bsods but win didn't generate the dump files of the last two bsods.

    I'll follow you suggestions about the ram's test. It will take a while till I'll end everything. Even so it is strange that memtest86 found errors, with all the stick plugged in the first pass ( of six during 19h ), but it didn't find nothing in the single stick test. I've suspected that I had a faulty ram from quite a lot of time, but somehow all the positive test ran during this 1 year and half, deceived me.

    The 7forum's thread linked above, have additional info on the same kind of problems I'm dealing with atm and in all the past win 10 installation ( it is just for reference ).

    Thanks for the help, I'll provide the results asap *Smile
    Myashi, Jun 15, 2017
  7. zbook New Member
    Code: Windows failed fast startup with error status 0xC00000D4.[/quote] Code: The iocbios2 service failed to start due to the following error: Windows cannot verify the digital signature for this file. A recent hardware or software change might have installed a file that is signed incorrectly or damaged, or that might be malicious software from an unknown source.[/quote] Code: WindowsWcpStoreCorruption[/quote]
    These are some steps that may help with the bsod troubleshooting:

    1) turn off windows fast startup:

    2) Run the Avast uninstaller

    3) Were you at anytime or currently using: Welcome to Steam
    If so please uninstall it
    Are you playing these games: HalfLife and CounterStrike ?
    Can you play other online games and uninstall them until the bsod are fixed?

    4) MassEffectAndromeda if you are using it can you uninstall it too?

    5) type control in the left lower corner search >open control panel with large or small icons > click troubleshooting > on the left pane click view all > run windows store apps troubleshooter > view detailed resuts > are there any problems not fixed by the troubleshooter?

    6) download and install Malwarebytes and report the scan results

    7) run Microsoft windows defender as a full scan and report the results.
    zbook, Jun 15, 2017
  8. Myashi Win User

    Bsod MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error code: 0x0000001a

    I've got another BSOD after the win login.
    I've attached an updated log + a blue screen view for quick reference.

    Here's what I've done following your instructions:

    - Windows fast start up turned off ( also i've disabled fast boot from Asus bios )

    - Uninstalled Avast in safe mode with Avast Clear Utility

    - Yes I do use the steam client, but I don't play online ( multiplayer ) games such CounterStrike, i just play single player games. Here's my list:

    Deus Ex Mankind Divided;
    Dishonored 2;
    Prey ( 2017 remake );
    Hitman ( 2016 );
    Rise Of The Tomb Raider;
    Mafia 3;
    Watchdogs 2 ( steam version with linked account in Uplay client );
    Resident Evil 7;
    Nier Automata;
    Tales Of Berseria

    I've uninstalled Steam and with it all these games ( usually are not installed in the system but on a different drive, cause i have a small ssd only for windows and the os ). I never delete games, i format my C: drive and when I do a clean install of the os, I simply reinstall the clients ( like steam, uplay, origin and gog galaxy ). Doing so I've just have to go online for a first launch or sometime verify the cache or repair, if some file is missing.

    - I've reinstalled Mass Effect Andromeda just right yesterday. Anyway now is uninstalled.

    - I've ran the windows store troubleshooter. It found two problems but just one wasn't fixed ( windows store cache may be damaged -> not fixed ). I've attached the pdf with all the details.

    - Scan with MalwareBytes free done with 0 problems. Report attached.

    - The full scan ( it takes a lot of time to end ), found a troian in the recycled bin. Successfully removed ( i can't find a way to get the report on .txt ).
    Myashi, Jun 15, 2017
  9. zbook New Member
    What was the malware found in the recycle bin?
    The name of the malware is critical as this must be fixed as the malware can create problems with all of the troubleshooting steps.

    Perform windows updates. If there are any failures please provide the KB# and error code.

    Download and install the Microsoft Windows malicious software removal tool:
    Download Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool 64-bit from Official Microsoft Download Center
    Run a full scan.
    Download Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool 64-bit from Official Microsoft Download Center

    When the scan completes type defender in the left lower corner search. In the Windows defender security center click on virus and threat protection then advanced scan then windows defender offline scan. It will reboot, load the definitions and perform a quick scan.

    Each antivirus/malware software has a different database of malware definitions. When you got the malware were you using Avast, Windows defender or both at the same time?
    zbook, Jun 16, 2017
  10. Myashi Win User
    I tried to update windows but at the moment it says -> Your device is up to date.
    I've looked in the chronology and i found this one, failed -> KB4022725

    For some strange reason I'm not able to install malicious software removal, even running it as admin ( the loading cursor spin for a sec and then disappear ).

    Usually I use third party antivirus, so to avoid conflict with defender, I disable the latter in gpedit.msc.
    I didn't get the malware, it was stored in my storage drive with all the junk i collect from the net ( i usually delete stuff once in a month cause laziness ).
    Myashi, Jun 16, 2017
  11. zbook New Member
    There is a history when using windows defender. Please navigate through all of the menus so that you can identify the malware.
    zbook, Jun 16, 2017
  12. zbook New Member
    Please update on the Memtest86+ for each RAM and dim.
    In the left lower corner type defender.
    On the left pane click on the shield.
    Click on advanced scan.
    Move the dot to Windows defender offline scan.
    It will during the boot by loading, and performing a quick scan.
    Run Kaspersky:
    Open safe mode with networking and download and install: Download Malicious Software Removal Tool from Official Microsoft Download Center
    Boot into Safe Mode on Windows 10 Windows 10 Performance Maintenance Tutorials
    Update Adobe software and Java
    zbook, Apr 5, 2018

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