Getting memory management error that causes Blue screen of death and can even result in system crash after Windows 10 21H1 update? When windows detect a malfunction in the system memory or drivers, it crashes itself and displays this memory management BSOD error message. Such as users report system suddenly restart with a blue screen error message :
“Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We’re just collecting some error info and then will restart for you. (100% complete). If you like to know more, you can search online for this error. Memory_Management. “
Memory Management Error in Windows 10
Memory management is a functionality in Windows 10 that used to manage primary memory processes between main memory and disk. That means the Memory management process maintains and keeps a record of every memory location, whether allocated or not. And if an error occurs in memory management then the process is stopped, which may result in Windows 10 blue screen error memory management. Sometimes this error may occur at startup that frequently restarts windows. For some other systems suddenly restart while running heavy load applications.
There are several reasons for memory management blue screen in windows 10. Such as bad memory module, Error in BIOS, windows registry corruption, outdated driver software etc. Whatever the reason here we have solutions to fix memory_management BSOD on windows 10.
So, before you try anything else, Disconnect all external devices and restart your computer. This will help if any temporary glitch or driver conflict causing windows 10 to crash.
Perform startup repair
Well sometimes uses report windows 10 restart frequently with memory management error. And users unable to access their Desktop To perform Any troubleshooting Steps. Well, that causes you need to start windows 10 from installation media to Access advanced option and perform startup repair. That helps to detect and fix problems that prevent windows to start normally.
Startup Repair will scan your system and analyze the various settings, configuration options, and system files as it looks for corrupt files or botched configuration settings. Also, repair Missing/corrupt/incompatible drivers and system files. Problematic update installation files, corrupted registry settings, And Boot Configuration Settings etc. After complete the Repair process windows Automatically Restart and start normally.
Boot Into Safe mode
If After performs Startup Repair Still unable to access normal windows, Then We need to Boot into Safe mode, Where windows Start with minimal System Requirements. (Safe mode is A Windows Diagnostic Mode, Where we can perform Various Troubleshooting Steps to Fix different Windows problems) So that we can Access Windows Desktop to Perform Bellow troubleshooting Steps To fix memory_management windows 10.
Well if your PC started normally after system restart then apply the solutions below to fix and prevent Feature Windows 10 blue screen errors.
Install the latest Windows updates
Microsoft regularly releases cumulative updates with several bug fixes, and may the latest update contains the bug fix for this BSDO. This is the first and most important thing you must have to check and make sure the latest windows updates installed on your PC.
- Press Windows + I to open the settings app,
- Click update & security than Windows update,
- Hit the check for updates button
- This will download and install if the latest updates available any,
- Restart windows to apply the changes, check if there is no more BSOD error occurs.
Run Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool
As the BSOD Error name suggests, the memory management error relates to the computer’s memory and that can be a physical problem with the RAM installed, too. Windows’ own Memory Diagnostic Tool can help discover if this is the root of the problem. Let’s Run This Tool by Following the steps below:
- Press Windows + R, type mdsched.exe and ok
- This will open the windows memory Diagnostic Tool
Here you have Two options If you choose to restart your computer and run the tool immediately, make sure that you save your work and close all of your running programs. Or Click check problems on next Reboot, The Memory Diagnostics Tool will run automatically when you restart Windows.
Let your computer restart, and on the next startup, the tool will report if something’s wrong with your RAM memory. You can check the Memory diagnostic results from here. If there is, then you’ll have to either replace the RAM yourself or send back your computer if it’s under warranty
Run system file checker utility
While Windows Upgrade Process, there is a chance that system file missing or get corrupted which Cause Different Startup Problems include Memory Management Blue screen Error. Run The System File Checker Tool that helps with missing restore missing
To Run System File Checker Tool
- Open command prompt As administrator.
- Type sfc /scannow And hit Enter key to execute the command.
This Will Start the scanning process for Corrupted, Missing system files, If found Any the Utility Will Restore them from a special folder located on %WinDir%\System32\dllcache. Wait until 100% Complete the Scanning process.
Note: If system file checker Results Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them. Then Run DISM command (which allows SFC utility To do its job) bellow after that again Run System file checker Utility.
dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
Update Corrupted Device Driver
Another common cause of the MEMORY MANAGEMENT error is a damaged, outdated or incorrect video card driver. And so to fix the error you need to update your video card driver to the most recent correct version.
Visit the Device manufacturer Website and download the latest available driver for your system. (Especially Display Driver, Network Adapter, and Audio Driver )
- Then open Device Manager by press win + R, Type Devmgmt.msc and hit the enter key.
- Find out any Driver with a yellow exclamation mark (If there then the driver may be corrupted) Right Click on it and update.
- If failed to update then Simply right-click and select uninstall, Then after install the latest driver which you downloaded previously from the manufacturer website.
- After that Restart windows and check there is no more Memory Management Blue Screen error.
Optimize System and Fix Registry Errors
Also Run Third-party utility like Ccleaner to Clear Junk, Cache, Cookies, System error files which free up Disk space which optimizes system performance. Also, you Can Fix the Registry error which may cause Different Blue Screen on the windows system.
If none of the solutions work for you, it’s time to use the system restore feature, that reverts back system settings to the previous working state.
Did these solutions help to fix MEMORY MANAGEMENT blue screen Error Stop Code 0x0000001A? Let us know on comments below,