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Memory Management (Resolved).

DDR3 BSoD Blue Screen Memory Management Memory RAM 0x0000001A Screen of death

Best Answer phillpower2 , 02 June 2016 - 05:50 AM

   gmoneyxp, I'm curious if someone knows the answer before I go through the grueling hours of windows memory diagnostic stick by stick.   Testing the RAM is the corre... Go to the full post »


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I know that all BSoD's are different, so this is why I'm starting a new post. I am getting a stop error that contains the following:

0x0000001A (0x0000000000041790, 0xFFFFFA8003871E30, 0x000000000000FFFF, 0x0000000000000000).

I know the error code is about memory management, but I can't tell if it is RAM, Hard Drive, both, or what. I am currently running memory diagnostics on each individual sick, but I'm curious if someone knows the answer before I go through the grueling hours of windows memory diagnostic stick by stick.
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:welcome:   gmoneyxp,

 

I'm curious if someone knows the answer before I go through the grueling hours of windows memory diagnostic stick by stick. 

 

 

Testing the RAM is the correct procedure but would it be possible for you to upload any crash dmps that you may have, out of date drivers or a bad update are just two possible software causes, it does not have to be hardware related even though memory management is mentioned.

 

1. Copy any dmp files from C:\Windows\Minidump onto the desktop.
2. Select all of them, right-click on one, and click on Send To> New Compressed (zipped) Folder.
3. Upload the zip folder using the Attach button, bottom left of the dialogue input box 

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I'm looking at the dump folder, but I don't have any files that have yesterday's date when it crashed.
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That`s odd  :headscratch:

 

What is the most recent date for any crash dmps.

 

How has the RAM test gone.


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The most recent modified file is 1/7/2016. I tested one stick for 12 hours 60 passes, and no luck, now I'm running windows on just the one to see if it will fail or not.
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RAM info acknowledged  :thumbsup:

 

Can you check that crash dmps are enabled on your computer, steps below courtesy of Resplendence Software;

 

To configure your system to write out crash dumps in case of a system error, take the following steps: 
Right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. Click the Advanced tab, and then under Startup and Recovery, click Settings (or Startup and Recovery). For best results, under write debugging information select full memory dump. Your system however must meet several conditions for this option to work. Alternatively you can select small memory dump to have your system write out crash dump files that are significantly smaller. 

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They were enabled. I changed them from kernal to small (only option)
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All we can do atm is wait on the memory test, see if the computer crashes and whether or not it produces a crash dmp.


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So I went through the tests, and (of course) the LAST one came up with errors. Thanks for all the help!


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You are welcome and thanks for the follow up gmoneyxp  :thumbsup:


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