Ok so I was using Windows as normal on my PC. I decided I would download a program to put files onto my Phone (Music etc). I managed to get Samsung Kies which allows me to transfer files the latter to my Phone. I had problems connecting the phone to the program, but not to my PC as a device. In the end, the device wouldn't connect at all via Kies so I couldn't transfer my phone contacts, so it was useless in the end. But it would connect via a Device without the program however this didn't help. After this I uninstalled Kies. After I had finished on my PC, I turned it off and got a BSOD. My PC restarted perfectly and after waiting around 30s, I successfully logged back on. But then something strange happened. I was prompt to launcher a Cleaning program. It was named MASetupCleaner.exe. I declined it for obvious reasons. I did some research to find out why it was running at it's connected to Samsung Kies. That very same program I was having issues with before I got the BSOD. However, the BSOD claimed the problem was to do with memory as it said "MEMORY_MANAGEMENT" as the source. however upon Login, I wasn't presented with BSOD info at all. No BCCode. I checked the System Events and all I could find was Critical Kernal-Power Events. No trace of anything to do with Memory Failure or Management. There was a MEMORY.DMP file created though, but when I try to look for it, it appears to not be there. So I don't know how to fix this problem. Should I delete the MASetupCleaner.exe file or leave it? It's in sysWOW64 folder so it's part of the system now. Not sure what to do.