Windows 10: Memory_management Error
does the power supply cable can cause that error when it is not well plugged in ?? because i feel sometimes when my cpu is moved while my pc is on i hear the HDD sound like it restarted and it stay doing that until i plug the cable in well again and my pc lags a lot because of that and sometimes i see that error after!!!
tried it a lot , it works 1 time after every few tries
Last edited by firetiger97; 29 Apr 2016 at 03:29.
The PSU can cause many things, it is however very difficult to determine it due the many problems it can cause.
Could you clarify that more?
because i feel sometimes when my cpu is moved while my pc is on
i mean when my case is moved even a little move any move that happen to the HDD cable , don't know the problem is with my cable or with the HDD socket but i am trying not to move it !!
You need to get your case on something that is stable enough to not let the case move unless you move it by yourself.
Moving components (except for fans..) isn't really what you need with this problem.
so what is the next step now ??
It is recommended to backup your stuff if you haven't yet done this and replace the hard drive.
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