I've recently gotten a new Acer 5750-6845 laptop. A couple days after starting to use it, MEMORY_MANAGEMENT BSOD problems have arisen, occuring briefly after I log in. Here are my specs:
- Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
- Intel Core i5-2430M
- 4GB DDR3 memory (sorry, don't know the brand since I'm just looking at the box)
- 500GB HDD
I hadn't done much before the blue screens started coming up. The first thing I did was uninstall the trial version of McAfee that came pre-loaded because I figured it would be better to use a free full version antivirus software. So after that, I installed Avast. Nothing bad happened then--Avast seemed to work completely fine, scanning for viruses and updating itself. I also installed Microsoft Office 2007, the Google Chrome browser, Spotify, and some games like Skyrim (I don't believe that Skyrim caused problems because it worked).
But then, on the third day I started getting BSODs right after logging in; the majority of which were MEMORY MANAGEMENT (I also got Page fault in invalid page once).
I recovered the computer using the Acer recovery DVDs I originally made. After that, the blue screens were gone (so I thought). Never suspecting Avast to be faulty, I immediately did the same routine: uninstalling McAfee and then installing Avast.
Later, when browsing the web, the MEMORY_MANAGEMENT blue screens came back up and haven't gone away since. I can use safe mode pretty reliably, but when using Windows normally the BSODS come up anywhere from immediately after logging in or a few minutes later.
By the way, I also tweaked my virtual memory page file size in safe mode, increasing it to 5920 MB i believe, since that was the recommended amount.
Sorry for this long-winded account, but could someone please give me some guidance? It's a brand new computer and these issues are quite saddening. The dumpfiles ZIP is attached