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Blue screen memory management every time you use a computer


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Hi, a while ago a malfunction started in the parents' computer (which I built two years ago) that occasionally a blue screen appeared with a memory management malfunction code and the computer made a restart. Lately it's happening more and more and now every time you try to do something on your computer it happens. I tried running it in safe mode, initially with And then without, but the fault also appears in it and nothing can be done.

The memory is a Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB at 3200mhz. I would be happy for help on how to resolve / refer to relevant sources.

Thanks!

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Unable to fix . If it fails - replace. But before replacing - make sure the problem is in RAM and not in the slot. First of all make sure that the RAM sits well in the slot. Remove it, gently clean the connections with alcohol and reconnect.

 

Try connecting to another slot. If you have more gum One - try them one by one. In each mode you will run MEMTEST to isolate the problematic stick / slot.

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Unable to fix RAM. If it fails - replace. But before replacing - make sure the problem is in RAM and not in the slot. First of all make sure that the RAM sits well in the slot. Remove it, gently clean the connections with alcohol and reconnect.

 

Try connecting to another slot. If you have more gum memory One - try them one by one. In each mode you will run MEMTEST to isolate the problematic stick / slot.

So I did as you suggested and realized that the problem is only in one of the sticks. Thanks!

For the avoidance of doubt, when I buy a new stick it must be the same right? Can't find another one with the same data?

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