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Windows 7: BSOD Seemingly random timing. Memory management

21 Jul 2016   #1
alazeel

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
BSOD Seemingly random timing. Memory management

Hey Everyone,

I have been getting the BSOD several times over the last few days. It will happen when I am playing games, browsing the web, and once when I hadnt even started any programs right after startup on the desktop.

When it happens I normally get the message "MEMORY MANAGEMENT" and twice saying "Modification of system code or a critical data structure was SOMETHING" (Sorry cant remember how it ended)


A friend saw it and said it was an issue with my ram so I did the built it ram check for windows and it came up with nothing. Occasionally it will do a diskcheck on startup on my side drive (not the one with windows installed) and fix an issue or two.


In windows event viewer there are several "critical"s saying
source: Kernel-Power
event ID: 41
Task Category:63

Googling this brought me in two main directions. To do a ramcheck which I did and updating audio drivers which are updated fully but I reinstalled the newest driver




Thank you for the time, if I need to post anything else please let me know.




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22 Jul 2016   #2
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Windows 10 Pro
 
 

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