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Just got the first Bluescreen ever on my PC. It's been years since I last got one. The error said "Memory Management".

Now where can I find the dump file on my PC to find out what caused it?

All I did was exit out of Google Chrome and BAM, bluescreen.
post #2 of 15
start>computer>C Drive>windows>minidump is the location of the files.
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^ yep or this program can also be used


http://download.cnet.com/BlueScreenV...-10965136.html
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Memory Management BSOD can be anything, unstable GPU / CPU overclock, software issue, etc.

Best way to go about find the culprit is bringing each one of your OCs to stock until you find what it is. Try GPU first, then CPU, and if you're still BSODing after going back to stock, enable Driver Verifier that way when you BSOD, it'll give you the EXACT process that's causing the blue screen.

I was getting memory management BSODs for MONTHS. Turns out it was MSI AB in the end.
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This is what I see. Can anyone make anything out of this?



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Originally Posted by E-Peen View Post
Memory Management BSOD can be anything, unstable GPU / CPU overclock, software issue, etc.

Best way to go about find the culprit is bringing each one of your OCs to stock until you find what it is. Try GPU first, then CPU, and if you're still BSODing after going back to stock, enable Driver Verifier that way when you BSOD, it'll give you the EXACT process that's causing the blue screen.

I was getting memory management BSODs for MONTHS. Turns out it was MSI AB in the end.
Actually while I got this I was folding. Although my CPU is completely stable. I have run multiple different stability tests and I ran Prime95 blend for 24 hours with 90% memory usage.

However, I do have MSI AB open... Hmmm

And my GPU OC is also stable. It has been stable for a very long time.
Edited by ComradeNF - 10/24/11 at 10:38pm
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I was getting memory management BSODs for MONTHS. Turns out it was MSI AB in the end.
Same here. Unfortunately reinstalling AB was on the bottom of my troubleshooting list.
 
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See PDF attachment below.
 
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post #8 of 15
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Quote:
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See PDF attachment below.
So I could have a bad stick of RAM? Well it is only like a month old.

I am running it at stock timings, 1600MHz, at 1.5V. Is something wrong with that?
post #9 of 15
I had this issue frequently, clear CMOS -> reseat ram or increase DRAM voltage 1.6-1.65.
RAM BSOD occur at random depends what is the applications are doing with your ram.

You get a lot more BSOD if you run intensive ram applications.
 
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post #10 of 15
I seriously recommend you uninstall MSI AB if it ends up not being hardware. That was my issue, and you're getting the same exact errors I was.
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