Woke up to BSOD, MEMORY_MANAGEMENT

addohm

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I hardly doubt it's how much memory I have. My laptop has 64G of RAM. I haven't installed any new drivers recently, that I know of (thanks Microsoft). I did notice there is an app crashing (mouse and headset app) almost daily in the reliability report, but hasn't caused a BSOD. I am hoping someone can take a look at my dump files to see what the cause was.

Edit: I am running the driver verifier right now as I type this.
 


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kemical

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Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck 1A, {41201, ffffcebffca55b50, 1008000003, ffff9a09d8386400}

Probably caused by : memory_corruption ( nt!MiGetPageProtection+58b )

Followup:     MachineOwner
Hi,
Bugcheck 1A is typically caused by a severe memory management issue and it would be prudent to test your RAM using Memtest86 (the industry standard).
I also notice your running Norton AV which we usually advise to remove as it's well known for causing bsod's. You can always re-install it later...

The above dump file also mentioned virtual memory and your pagefile could be either fragmented or corrupted. Try disabling, rebooting and then re-enabling.

I didn't see any third party drivers related to the bsod but see if the verifier throws anything up. You only need run it for 24hrs.

The more dump files you can post the better.
 


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