Memory Management BSOD after replacing parts

ahounsel

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So, about a month ago I spilled some liquid in my case, and after cleaning everything up I started to get the memory management bsod, most often when playing a game. At first, I figured my memory went bad, so I replaced it with these sticks to see if the problem would be fixed.
I ensured that all of the timings and voltages were correct in bios after installation, but alas I still got the memory management bsod.

Then, I figured that the dimm slots on the motherboard had gone bad, so I replaced my old motherboard
with this one, and went ahead and replaced my processor with this. However, after I installed my components, reinstalled Windows 7, and loaded drivers from my motherboard cd, I once again got the memory management bsod on the desktop.

The only things I believe could be causing this is either faulty ram that I just purchased, or a bad power supply. I will run memtest86 this evening, but I'd like to hear from you guys what you think could be causing this, because it's getting old fast.
 

Nathan Willis

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Update your GPU's driver. Also, update all of the MOB's drivers.
Run MS update. Check your hard drive.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2641432/en-US

Make sure all of the connectors and components are seated right.
Run Memtest.

http://www.memtest.org/

This may help.....

http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/193030-windows-7-bsod-memory-management-problem.html





If your computer is usable, but is constantly plagued with this MEMORY_MANAGEMENT BSOD, do the following:
Update your BIOS and drivers. BIOS updates can be found on your manufacturer’s website, and driver updates can either be done manually through Device Manager. (Use Start Search to find it)
Check for viruses with your preferred antivirus software or Malwarebytes.
I would use MS Security Essentials. 100% free and works great.
If on a laptop, change power settings to High Performance.
If this problem occurs shortly after installing a new program, remove that program right away.
If all that doesn’t work, call up for a replacement or repair. You’ve done your part.

http://www.reviversoft.com/blog/2013/08/memory-management-blue-screen/
 

ahounsel

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Well, after updating all of my drivers and setting the correct timings in BIOS, my blue screens seemed to go away for about a week. Then, I started getting stop messages that I haven't seen before, and then I started getting MEMORY_MANAGEMENT once again. My PSU/HDD are both ~4-5yrs old, so I'm thinking maybe those could be the culprits, but I'm no expert. Here are some of the dumps:



 

Nathan Willis

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Check your HDD.

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/check-your-hard-disk-for-errors

Run Memtest to check your RAM.

http://www.memtest.org/

Check the PSU....

http://www.wikihow.com/Check-a-Power-Supply

Make sure all of the hardware is seated right and all of the connectors are in right.

Clean all of the dust out of the computer. If it is a laptop you will have to take the back off.

Run the HWMonitor.

http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

Tell me your temps....

It would be nice to get your systems's specs.
 

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