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  1. Windows 11 Memory Management BSOD. How can I fix?


    After building a new PC, I have seen games such as Valorant I use this PC primarily for gaming, crash out of nowhere and then on relaunch of said games, I will recieve errors such as error 0xc0000142. On top of that, I also keep BSOD-ing with a Memory Management stop code.This PCs specs are:Ryzen 5 5600XRadeon RX 6700XTMSI X570-A Pro2x16GB DDR4 3200MHz Corsair Vengeance LPX970 EVO Plus 1TB M.2 this is my boot driveBarraCuda 4TB HDD this is just extra storageCorsair RM750x PSUASUS PCE-AX58BT WiFi/Bluetooth CardThis problem occurs with the OC Genie and XMP options both disabled or enabled.

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    Zechy Zechardowon, Aug 15, 2022
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  2. Windows BSOD Memory Crash

    Hi,

    I'm Mohammed Shuaib, an Independent advisor here to help resolve the issue your facing and I suggest you apply all the below troubleshooting steps to fix the BSOD errors.

    Fix #1

    Step 1:

    Go to search box next to Windows icon

    Step 2:

    Search for Command Prompt, right-click, and select the Run as administrator option.

    Step 3:

    Type msdt.exe -id DeviceDiagnostic & press Enter

    Fix #2:

    Step 1:

    Go to search box next to Windows icon and type Troubleshoot

    Step 2:

    Click on Troubleshoot

    Step 3:

    Then under Find and Fix other problems select Program Compatibility Troubleshooter

    Step 4:

    Click on Run the Troubleshooter

    Step 5:

    Select the Game after which you saw the bluescreen & click Next

    Fix # 3

    Step 1:

    Go to Search box next windows icon

    Step 2:

    Search for Command Prompt, right-click, and select the Run as administrator option.

    Step 3:

    Type the following command and press Enter:

    SFC /scannow

    Fix#4: Check drivers

    Make sure there are no errors or yellow exclamations marks in device manager

    To do so, follow these steps:

    Go to search box next to Windows icon

    Type Device Manager in the search box

    Determine if there are any corrupt drivers installed (any errors reported) from the list of drivers installed. If there are no errors reported in Device Manager, update the software of your most recently installed driver. To do so, expand & right-click on the
    list of devices shown under and click Update Driver.

    Fix #5: Run chkdsk

    To run chkdsk, follow these steps:

    Press the Windows and C keys to open Charm Bar

    Type cmd in the search box

    Right-click on Command Prompt from the results list

    Click Run as Administrator

    Once Command Prompt has loaded, type:

    chkdsk C: /f

    Replace C: with the letter of the drive where your Windows is installed.

    Fix #6:

    To run the Windows Memory Diagnostic, follow these steps:

    Press the Windows and C keys to open the search box from Charm Bar

    Type Windows Memory Diagnostic in the search box

    Click on Windows Memory Diagnostic from the search results list

    Continue with the Windows Memory Diagnostic wizard to complete the process and wait for the results

    Fix #7: Disable overclocking from BIOS

    In order to fix the BSOD errors on Windows 10 systems, make sure the Overclocking feature from your computer’s BIOS is disabled.

    To do so, follow these methods to open BIOS.

    Method #1: Complete shutdown

    Switch to login screen

    Hold the Shift key while also pressing the Shutdown button

    Select Restart

    After your computer restarted, it should open into the BIOS menu automatically:

    Go to Advanced tab

    Go to Performance

    Look for a Overclocking option

    Make sure it’s disabled

    If it’s enabled, disable it

    Save the settings and exit BIOS by hitting the F10 key. Choose Yes if you’re asked to exit with saving the changes

    Regards

    Shuaib

    Independent Advisor
     
    MohammedShuaib1986, Aug 15, 2022
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  3. Argel Obm Win User
    BSOD- memory management

    Upon checking the dump file, the issue is being caused by ntoskrnl.exe. Ntoskrnl.exe is the one responsible for memory management that is why you're having the Memory Management error. We suggest that you follow the steps found in the link that we provided
    in our last reply to resolve the issue. Please take note that if you're overclocking your processor or video card, kindly reset their settings to default.

    Let us know the outcome after performing the provided steps.
     
    Argel Obm, Aug 15, 2022
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  4. Windows 11 Memory Management BSOD. How can I fix?

    memory management bsod

    Your suggested fixes seemed to have stopped the persistent BSODs, but I still tried several fixes for the ones seemingly caused by transferring files and other operations.

    I updated the chipset, the bluetooth drivers, audio drivers, and went through the Device Manager updating every single driver there.

    It seemed to have solved the "Memory_Management" BSODs, although I have received two "Whea_Uncorrectable_Error" BSODs(one of which was orange), probably caused by "hal.dll" since.

    EDIT: I may have spoken a little too prematurely, tried putting a little more load on the system by running a game and it crashed it again..Memory Management..

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    YuliTsypin, Aug 15, 2022
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