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My Windows Keep Showing Blue Screen

By BigHeadJef ·
i recently installed windows 10(4 days ago), i have data in my hard disk that why i did not format whole hard disk. I only format my C drive and installed new windows. After doing this the blue screen was start popup.

First it shows,

1.Memory_Management
2.Some WatchDog(not game) Issue
3.Page Fault In NonPaged Area with StopCode: System Thread Exceptionall Not Handled
4. Ntfs.sys.

I solved first two but after solving one problem another popup.

This time i clear my all data and format all the driver (which was dynamic at that time changing it also take so much time) to install new windows.

i again try to reinstall windows 10 but after 95% it popup with "No Installation Media Found". (try to installed from USB)

finally after changing driver(as i told above) i installed windows 8 which was installed in my laptop(take my approx 5 days due to all this issue).

But i still get same Memory_Management error few hours ago. I check my hard disk it's working perfectly, Please anyone have any suggestion or method to solve this problem.

Thanks in Advance.
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It is telling you that you have a Memory Issue

by OH Smeg Moderator In reply to My Windows Keep Showing B ...

So check the Memory for problems. Use a utility like MemTest 86+ and see what is going on with the RAM.

Sometimes you just have to remove and refit it as there is something in the socket that is causing a problem or there is just not such a good connection but other times it is the Memory Module needs replacing.

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Congrats U r right

by BigHeadJef In reply to It is telling you that yo ...

Thanks !!
i have 10216 error and test not completed becoz "Test has aborted due too many error". These r too many error, i just want to know does these r cause by something? i mean wht if i installed other it also popup with these problems becoz these errors is not look like normal ram errors

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Well it could be almost anything

by OH Smeg Moderator In reply to Congrats U r right

The most obvious is however if you have more than 1 RAM Module and they are not a Matched Pair you have a Timing Issue where you get errors because the RAM is not running at the same speed or one can work faster than the other.

This is why it is important to have Matched Pairs of RAM in modern systems.

However if you just have 1 Module it could be something as simple as a dirty contact between the Module and the socket just taking it out and refitting it often cures that problem but if it doesn't you need to use an Eraser on the gold contacts of the Memory Module to clean them both sides and then refit without touching the contacts.

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It sounds like some bad memory or not enough of it on your system.

by yuanyasmine In reply to My Windows Keep Showing B ...

It sounds like some bad memory or not enough of it on your system. You should test the RAM on your system:

Open Memory Diagnostics Tool by clicking the Start (Orb)> click Control Panel> click System and Maintenance> click Administrative Tools> and then click Memory Diagnostics Tool. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
Choose between the two options for when to run the Memory Diagnostics Tool:
You can restart your computer and run the tool immediately.
You can restart your computer and run the tool later.

This will help when trying to rule out a possible hardware problem.
Hope this helps you. Make it a great day!

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My Windows Keep Showing Blue Screen

by wenso.services In reply to My Windows Keep Showing B ...

Blue screens are generally caused by problems with your computer's hardware or issues with its hardware driver software Sometimes, they can be caused by issues with low-level software running in the Windows kernel The only thing Windows can do at that point is restart the PC.

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My Windows Keep Showing Blue Screen

by pratibha91pj In reply to My Windows Keep Showing B ...

Mostly blue screen error in windows is low memory (it can be due to your lower RAM size or using an old version HDD).
So, first, try to resolve this by increasing your RAM and try to convert your HDD to SSD. Apart from this, you can try these following solution

Start your system in safe mode, if you don't see any blue screen after this then it can occur due to a third party software....try to uninstall that.

Create a backup point a synchronize it on the usual days. It'll help you a lot, whenever your application or system crash, you can restore its previous version easily.

Troubleshoot the BSOD error from windows setting

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This might be the case

by jessewalter375 In reply to My Windows Keep Showing B ...

Blue screens are generally caused by problems with your computer's hardware or issues with its hardware driver software. ... A blue screen occurs when Windows encounters a “STOP Error.” This critical failure causes Windows to crash and stop working. The only thing Windows can do at that point is restart the PC.

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follow the troubleshooting methods listed below and check if it resolves th

by yuanyasmine In reply to My Windows Keep Showing B ...

Possible causes include corrupted drivers, third party anti-virus software installed, errors in the disk drives, etc. I suggest you follow the troubleshooting methods listed below and check if it resolves the issue.

Method 1: Disconnect non-essential devices

Disconnect all the external devices (printers, scanner, USB (universal serial bus) drives, etc.) Except mouse and the keyboard and then boot up.

If this corrects the issue then add the devices back one at a time until you discover the piece of hardware causing the issue. Then install the updated driver software for that device.

Method 2: Run Memory Diagnostics

Run Memory diagnostics tool to check and fix any issues with the computer’s memory. Here's how:

1. Right click on Start and select Run.

2. Type mdsched.exe in the Search box, and then press Enter.

3. Choose whether to restart the computer and run the tool immediately or schedule the tool to run at the

next restart.

The Memory Diagnostics Tool will run automatically when you restart Windows. It might take several minutes for the tool to finish checking your computer's memory.

Once the test is completed, Windows will restart automatically. If the tool detects errors, you should contact your computer manufacturer for information about fixing them, since memory errors usually indicate a problem with the memory chips in your computer or other hardware problem.

Hope this helps.

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