One main cause for the memory management error to show up in Windows 10 (MEMORY_MANAGEMENT BSOD error Windows 10) is outdated or broken graphics card drivers (especially when the graphics card also has memory).
Useful fixes for Windows memory management error Sfc /scannow 10type from command line.
Check your hard drive for errors.
Diagnose the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool.
Conduct a complete functional analysis of the system
Update your PC drivers.
Delete temporary files and folders.
Run the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool. Go to Search, type Windows Diagnostic Tool and open our own tool.
Select reboot and now check if there are any issues.
Release your computer and restart it. The next time you run the tool, it will tell you if there is a problem with the RAM.
Then: Open the control panel.
Select System and Security.
Go to Administration.
On Windows, double-click the Memory Diagnostics shortcut. Important note: Alternatively, you can use the special key combination Windows + R, then you need to type mdsched.exe and press ?? be that race
Click Restart Now and check for problems.
Enter the MiniTool Recovery Environment
Select the system drive and right-click on it.
Select “Restore MBR” option from the context menu to restore Windows 10/8.1/8/7 MBR.
Update your video card driver.
As the name suggests, a memory error is related to the computer’s memory, which can cause physical irritation to the installed RAM. The Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool can help determine what the problem is. When you restart Windows, the program will tell you if there is a problem with this memory.
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