If this is the first time you’ve seen something like this, congratulations — you’ve encountered the infamous Blue Screen of Death, and we’re here to help.
A Blue Screen of Death occurs when your computer encounters something it can’t process, and the name it tosses up is gathered from what it can figure out, which is usually fairly accurate and leads to you solving your problem. If your computer has been rendered unusable by the MEMORY_MANAGEMENT error, you’re going to want to replace your RAM (Random Access Memory). If you’re using a desktop, this should be easy — power off your computer, open up your case, remove your RAM sticks, and pop in new ones. (Be sure to make sure they’re compatible and inserted properly — RAM displacement could actually cause this problem, too!)
If that doesn’t work or you’re using a laptop, the problem may be more severe. Your CPU could be placed in the slot improperly, damaged or downright defective — if you’re a desktop user that knows what you’re doing, you can check it out. Otherwise, contact your manufacturer for either a refund or repairs.
If your computer is usable, but is constantly plagued with this MEMORY_MANAGEMENT BSoD, do the following:
If all that doesn’t work, call up for a replacement or repair. You’ve done your part.
Steve Horton has been working with computers for over 20 years. He's dedicated to helping people get the most out of their PCs, and likes playing cards and writing comics.
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