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The other profile should be more stable. Otherwise I would just go with a clean install. But if it was working it was working (as in, the RAM was installed the correct way in the slot, it may have just not have been in the 'recommended' slot Unfortunately after a few hours I began to get BSOD errors PAGE_FAULT_IN NONPAGED_AREA and MEMORY_MANAGEMENT. have a peek here

Ask ! Related Resources BSOD after gaming for about 20-30 minutes System Freezes after about 20-30 minutes of use solved New windows install, BSOD after 5 minutes of use. Register Now. ? I looked at things online and it said it might be a hardware issue, so I ran the PC on safe mode and in bios each for 1-2 hours and nothing https://www.eightforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/53421-bsod-every-30min-memory_management.html

Definetly something wong with it. Reply With Quote 2012-08-25,01:56 AM #11 Milanor View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Started Threads Epic! Eventviewer just shows kernel details, done /sfc scan with the result of a few corrupted files, but the scan can't seem to repair it..I know you would want to get a

The only option to fix it was updating the firmware, and with that done it now seems corrected. Posts 1,564 Originally Posted by Drunkenvalley What speed are you running the RAM? Generally, if you've set it to XMP, turn it off and see how that fares. Likely swapping them out just in case.

I kept getting MEMORY_MANAGEMENT bluescreens, regardless of what I was doing, between 30 minutes to 1 hour of computer usage. If so, how would I go about to fixing it as I have not made any recovery backup at all? 2 answers Last reply Jun 21, 2016 Best Answer Jun 21, I checked the driver info as you said and it doesn't show 070 H in the end. Bunches of things can cause memory-management issues.

Just Your Average Lurking Huntard LOLPRIEST forum lurker now. I'm going to be testing each stick of RAM individually tomorrow when I can get my hands on a good screwdriver, but shouldn't I be looking at new RAM regardless if All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices We have updated our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. HN123Jul 2, 2013, 12:12 PM momba said: Alright first off sorry if my english is terrible, it's not my native language.

scout_03Jul 2, 2013, 6:32 AM it could be a part that why you have to check all the option you have . http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1720464/bsod-minutes.html mombaJul 2, 2013, 8:35 AM I've already tried to upgrade my m4 firmware, didn't help much. I went back and forth with Ibuypower tech support, they had me try 50 different things ranging from testing the RAM/Changing the RAM voltage/Flashing the BIOS/Checking for fault Video Card Drivers, In memtest, it IS saying your latencys are 9-9-9-24 right?

solved HELP! http://allwebsitescripts.com/bsod-every/bsod-every-2-7-days.html I was running with 8 GB of Corsair Vengeance RAM. Run the system with only some of the ram and then rotate the memory out of the system until you find which is causing the errors. Right now it's just set to the default "AUTO;" I haven't done any overclocking yet.

The memory is likely busted. Thank you for your time and assistance! Every time I insert a flash dive in my laptop windows 10 goes into a blue screen and reboot? http://allwebsitescripts.com/bsod-every/bsod-every-30-minutes-or-so.html Everything it set up correctly for it to do it so I have no idea why it won't..

basroilDec 1, 2015, 1:38 AM aldan said: try doing the updates in smaller batches and not all at once. First PC build. Dismiss Remember Me?

Hi, and again, try to REPLACE you HDD cable or reconnect it to other HDD slot.Good Luck!

If so, then go to the action center control panel and try running the troubleshooter. MMO-Champion » Forum » Off-Topic Forums » Computer » So...what now? (MEMORY_MANAGEMENT BSOD) Thread: So...what now? (MEMORY_MANAGEMENT BSOD) Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… 2012-08-24,08:45 PM #1 Milanor View If you still have BSODs take a ram stick out and test them 1 at the time. Thanks for the post!

Please help! Taha Al-IzziAug 4, 2013, 10:35 AM Hello, hope this is the right place.For the past 4-5 months I got a new gaming rig, everything ran perfectly, no problems, however ever since Trust me you probably have a bad stick(s) of ram. this contact form Things were going great until I decided to try a quick scan with Microsoft Security Essentials and then...

I went back and forth with Ibuypower tech support, they had me try 50 different things ranging from testing the RAM/Changing the RAM voltage/Flashing the BIOS/Checking for fault Video Card Drivers, Voltage? Need an account? Last edited by c0rnel; 2012-08-25 at 12:27 AM.

Posts 1,564 Originally Posted by c0rnel Memory Management BSODS usually mean that either 1) you have faulty ram (may or may not be the case depends) or 2) your ram settings I had a similar issue around 5 months ago.