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Vista "Memory Management" Blue Screen


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Posted on 14-03-09 17:54
I've started randomly getting "MEMORY_MANAGEMENT" Blue Screen in Vista, and can't boot. When I ran the Startup Repair I got the error "PAGE_FAULT_IN_NO[N]PAGE_AREA", which was again in a blue screen.

I haven't installed any new programs or changed any hardware.

Does anyone know anything that could be causing it, or any ways to fix it?
Changing OS is unfortunately not an option.


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Posted on 15-03-09 02:26
im sorry but VISTA? cmon man r u 4 real?
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Posted on 15-03-09 07:39
When you try to start your computer, is possible that the operation fails and one of the following error messages will showed:


STOP 0x0000001a (0x00041284, 0xca9a2000, 0x000077e0, 0xc0c00000) MEMORY_MANAGEMENT
STOP 0x0000004e (0x00000007, 0x00007abf, 0x0000f17e, 0x00000000) PFN_LIST_CORRUPT
STOP 0x0000000a (0x00000028, 0x00000002, 0x00000000, 0x8012d2d6) IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
STOP 0x00000050 (0xc2332b94, 0x00000000, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA

Cause:

This behavior can occur when the computer's RAM memory is damaged.

Resolution:

To resolve this problem, replace the RAM on your computer.


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Posted on 15-03-09 13:24
alldatizholy wrote:
im sorry but VISTA? cmon man r u 4 real?

I'm sure you use a much cooler OS just to compensate for your pathetic spelling.

OP: Have you tried running a repair from the Vista disc? Also, are you sure your RAM sticks work well? Try removing them and putting them back.


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Edited by Uber0n on 15-03-09 13:26
Nope http://uber0n.webs.com/
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Posted on 15-03-09 16:00
Seeing as how you can't always tell whether a stick of RAM is damaged just by looking at it, you could also use Memtest86+ to verify that it truly is a RAM issue.

http://www.memtes. . .g/#downiso

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Posted on 15-03-09 20:19
i'/\/\ 5|_|r3 it 50und5 |1k3 r4/\/\, bu7 1t 1s n0t @|w4y5 7h3 k@53.

I would first use a program like malwarebytes to scan the computer, make sure to DL to my usb then quickly install and restart the computer in safe mode with networking. I would clean the system then I would also run the system diognostics and run a complete test.

I have seen in many cases where a virus can fake the blue screen. It could also access memory causing the blue screen...


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Posted on 15-03-09 20:43
Thanks guys. It was the RAM. I've taken it out and I'll get some more sometime soon.

Thanks a lot for all the help.


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Posted on 17-03-09 03:53
1st of all:

I DO use a better OS - red hat

2nd:

STFU "the dude"
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Posted on 17-03-09 05:05
alldatizholy wrote:
I DO use a better OS - red hat


by "use" do you mean you installed it, only use it for web browsing/media, and force the forum members to watch you go through the confusion of puberty? I use vista/xp lite, if i didn't want either, then i wouldn't keep them

@ op:
glad you figured out what was going wrong. In the future you may want to have something like the UBCD around, just in case. http://www.ultima. . .index.html




Edited by on 17-03-09 05:30