BSOD Error on boot. Memory Management

Discussion in 'Crashes, BSODs and Debugging' started by Birgen, Mar 26, 2014.

  1. Birgen

    Birgen

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    Hello there.

    First post so don't kill me if i made some mistakes using this forum[​IMG]
    I have a toshiba Satellite C855-2J5

    Processor - Intel Core i5
    Memory (RAM) - 4 GB
    HD - 750 GB
    Graphics - AMD Radeon HD 7610M
    OS - Windows 8

    This is what happened.
    I was booting my pc and when I got the chance to log in the computer froze (I can still use the mouse).
    This happened twice in a row and the 3Th time I got the famous BSOD telling me there has been an error: MEMORY_MANAGEMENT.
    There I got the chance to fix my computer. I tried the first option witch said I could repair him without damaging the files but re-installing Windows 8. I tried that but at 95% he froze again.[​IMG]
    Since then he freezes when i try to fix Windows 8. I also tried booting in safe mode but after 10 or 15 seconds in safe mode he freezes again. Starting to go mental [​IMG] .

    Last thing I tried was removing the RAM and replacing it with other Ram and now he is talking about write-errors being fixed but it doesn't seem to count in % (is that normal btw?) so its impossible to see if it crashed or it hasn't.
    By the way: I put the old ram in a different computer and it boots as normal so there goes plan B.

    Anyone any idea what I have to do. I still have guarantee on my laptop but since I'm a student-teacher from Belgium and I live in Suriname for 3 months that kinda makes it hard. [​IMG]

    Help if possible [​IMG] Thanks in advance.
    Birgen
     
    Birgen, Mar 26, 2014
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    Shintaro Moderator

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    Mate,
    Are you still having this problem?
    Can you upload the crash dump files to the forum?
     
    Shintaro, Apr 16, 2014
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