The update to Windows 10 has brought several sorts of errors for Microsoft users. It will sometimes even throw stop code in your face when things go wrong. BSOD a.k.a Blue Screen of death is a similar issue that can show up unannounced and in this article, we will be discussing and sharing Windows 10 stop code that will help you to pinpoint and fix this issue.
Sometimes or even often, stop codes are specifically issued for errors. But other times, you would have to work through a range of different solutions.
The stop code “Memory Management” on Windows 10 comes into the range of different solutions. Keep reading down below to know how to fix your memory management issues.
What Is Windows Memory Management?
Window Memory Management is an essential component to keep the OS from going all cuckoo. In layman terms, it is the function that helps manage your system memory i.e. properly manage the memory which is essential to the system’s health.
When memory management goes wrong, your system will start showing BSODs at frequent intervals. Here’s the reason why:
Memory management serves some important functions like tracking your memory location on your system, regardless of its status. The transition of memory and certain processes between your RAM and physical memory is also managed by it during execution. This helps to decide the amount of memory required to allocate. After you terminate a program or stop using it, this will relocate that memory for some other processor labels it available to use.
The sad thing about it is that memory management is not pardoned of the system errors and it will crash along with the system.
The Memory Management Blue Screen Error:
Analysts have conducted a thorough analysis to find out the possible reasons behind the memory management errors:
If there is a fault or malfunction with the new hardware such as your graphic card. It might be potentially one of the reasons behind the error.
Issues with drivers such as software issues, corrupt systems, and OS files might trigger this issue.
Disk errors are potentially the most common cause behind memory management errors.
You wanna get rid of this error soon? Here are some sureshot steps that will help you out in a jiffy.
- Restarting Your Computer:
Have you had a try at turning your PC off and turning it on once more? This simple and easy trick can fix all types of Windows 10 issues, including the Windows 10 memory management stop code.
- Update Windows 10
Outdated framework files can cause surprising errors in the performance. Checking for a pending update is a fast and simple approach to check if that is the reason that might be causing this issue.
Here’s how to do it:
-Hit Windows key + I to open the Settings.
-Go down to Update & Security, go to Windows Update for any pending updates.
-If there is any pending update, click on Update and let the process run.
P.S- Make sure to save any important files, then press Restart.
- Run MemTest86
The Diagnostic tool of the Windows Memory will not show you any error. But if you are sure, the error is being caused by the system RAM, then use MemTest86 to check where the error lies.
- Update Your Drivers
The best way to fix the error is to update the system drivers. Software and hardware replacement often comes with new drivers, and this replacement command might not have been detected by the system. In that case, driver faults take place especially in Windows 10. But who’s to say that this won’t happen.
Here’s a step by step:
-Press Windows Key + I to open the Settings panel
-Select Update & Security and click on View update history. Here you can find all updates of the driver.
-Type device manager in the search bar
-Check if the list has an error symbol. If none, then everything’s okay.
- Update Your GPU Drivers
Another recurring theme that recurs in BSOD threads is that old or super new GPUs cause the BSOD. The main limelight is on the memory management stop code, where you can also search for and find a video memory management-specific stop code, too. The video memory management internal stop code is 0x0000010E. And this indicates a defective GPU driver. To update the GPu drivers to the latest version, just simply head to the manufacturer’s website and download the update.
In case you’re uncertain what GPU you are utilizing, type dxdiag in your Start search bar and select what you need. At the point when the DirectX Diagnostic Tool opens, select the Display tab.
- Run CHKDSK
Running a Check Disk in the Start menu CMD mode is the best suggestion. Run the CMD as admin. Or you can just press Window key + X, then select CMD from the menu.
Type the command chkdsk /r and Enter. This aforementioned command will scan the whole system for errors and fix any repairable issues along the way.
- Run SFC
We’ve already told you how to enter the Command Prompt. Again run as Admin and enter the command:
-Type the command and press Enter: DISM /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
-Wait for the command to finish (takes upto 20 minutes)
-When the loading finishes after 20 minutes or more, type sfc /scannow and press Enter.
- Reset Your System Hardware
The last solution would be to physically reset the system hardware. Try this solution only if other solutions don’t work.
In this article, we have listed all the various causes and the solutions that can be used for the Memory management error on your Windows 10. Let us know which one works for you.