Mem Management BSOD during verifying unreal engine install


  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 10 Pro
       #1

    Mem Management BSOD during verifying unreal engine install


    Hello I get a Memory management BSOD while the Epic Games Launcher is verifying an Unreal engine install. I have been getting this for a while now but it normally occurs randomly (Browsing the internet, Watching Videos and installing applications). Was previously on Windows 8.1 but is still occurring on Windows 10.

    I have tried using both sets of ram separately and there is no issues but once both sets are plugged in I start getting issues. I have also increased the DRAM voltage setting in the bios to 1.53 (For what ever reason the bios shows the ram at 1.52) which seemed to make the occurrences decrease but they still happen.

    If you need anymore information let me know.
    Thank you

    Edit: Don't know if it is related in some way but when both sets of ram are installed my computer will not stay off and will boot back up after a few seconds. This doesn't happen with only one set.
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  2. Posts : 12,735
    Windows 11 Pro
       #2

    Hello, ICBMHeadshot and welcome to the forums. As you stated, all of your dumps are memory management. Am I correct you have 2 sets of ram bought at separate times? Some times there are minor differences in the manufacturing process and the sets are slightly different and cause problems. When you run 1 set and have no problems, do you always run the 2 sticks in the same slots? Try running 1 set and run them in the other 2 slots and see what happens.

    You also are getting an awful lot of errors from Chrome. I would suggest, at least for a test, to uninstall Chrome and use another browser for a while and see what happens. Chrome has a lot of processes running in the background, which in some cases is what causes the computer to not shut down. Some process does not shut down and wants to keep on running. It happens often with anti virus programs too.

    Try those 2 things separately, so we can try to identify the problem.
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