MEMORY_MANAGEMENT Error Message is shown along with Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD), which is the most annoying issue in the Windows Operating System right from the very old days. So, we will see couple of tricks for resolving MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error, and the BSOD itself.
Before addressing any computer issue, we always recommend taking a backup of your files and creating a system restore point.
MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error is just another error message that appears with the BSOD. The most simple, and the most common solution for this problem is to simply restart your computer. After the restart, you shouldn’t get this error message anymore. So, before you try anything else, just restart your computer and see if the issue is fixed. However, if MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error message still appears, after you restarted your computer, there’s something more advanced you should try. Just follow the instructions below.
Solution 1 – Run SFC Scanner
SFC/SCANNOW is Microsoft’s tool for resolving various system problems, and even if it doesn’t sound like an actual solution, a lot of users who received this error message, even after multiple restarts, said that SFC/SCANNOW command resolved the issue. Here’s exactly what you need to do to run this command:
- Right-click on the Start Menu button and go to Command Prompt (Admin)
- Enter the following line into Command Prompt and press Enter: sfc/scannow
- Wait until the process is finished (it may take a while) and see if the errors are fixed
Solution 2 – Run Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool
If SFC command don’t do anything, and you still receive this error message, something’s probably wrong with your RAM memory. If you RAM memory is corrupted, the best solution is to replace it with the new one. But, before you remove your current RAM memory, you should make sure it’s broken, so I recommended you to run a Windows Memory Diagnostic tool, and if it tells you that your memory is the problem, you can change it. Here’s how to run a Windows Memory Diagnostic tool:
- Go to Search, type windows diagnostic tool and open Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool
- Choose Restart now and check for problems
- Let your computer restart, and on the next startup, the tool will report if something’s wrong with your RAM memory
If something’s indeed wrong with your RAM memory, you already know what to do. Did at least one of these solutions helped you with MEMORY_MANAGEMENT problem in Windows 10? Tell us in the comments.