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How to Fix Memory Management Error 0x0000001a – Windows 11 & 10

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Encountering a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) error is among the most frustrating experiences for Windows users. The Memory Management Error, with the code 0x0000001a, falls into this category. It occurs when your operating system encounters a critical issue. This error prevents you from logging into your computer, consistently leading you to a blue screen displaying the message ‘Memory Management Error 0x0000001a‘.

So, Why the above error occur so suddenly?

You might already have a good idea about the cause of this error. To pinpoint it, simply reflect on recent changes you’ve made to your computer. Answer the following questions, and you’ll likely uncover why these BSOD errors are occurring:

  1. Have you recently installed new hardware, software, games, or drivers?
  2. Have you recently updated your operating system?
  3. Have you attempted to upgrade your operating system?
  4. Have you downloaded and installed anything from an untrusted source?
  5. Have you experienced improper computer shutdowns, and so on?

If any of the actions mentioned above align with your recent activities, reversing those changes could potentially resolve the issue effortlessly.

How to Fix Memory Management Error 0x0000001a on Windows 11 & 10?

Resolving the previously mentioned error is not a daunting task, especially if you possess basic knowledge of OS installation and troubleshooting. Here, we aim to simplify the process with straightforward, step-by-step instructions.

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Solution 1: Increase the Disk Space

The Memory Management Error 0x0000001a, as its name suggests, points to an issue with memory management. If you suspect that your system is running low on disk space, consider increasing the available disk space or expanding the size of your Windows drive. You can accomplish this by using tools like EaseUS Partition Master. However, before making any changes, ensure that you have confirmed the availability of sufficient disk space.

Extend Disk Space - Step by Step

Step 1: Create EaseUs Partition Master Bootable USB.

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Step 2: Restart your computer and access the BIOS or UEFI settings. The process varies by computer, but it usually involves pressing the “Delete,” “F2,” “F10,” or “ESC” keys during startup.
Step 3: Locate the “Boot” or “Boot Order” section in the BIOS/UEFI menu.
2_bios_boot_option
Step 4: Select the EaseUS Partition Master boot device.
Step 5: Save the changes and exit the BIOS/UEFI settings. Your computer will attempt to boot from the selected device.

Step 6: Select the partition in which you want to increase space.

Step 7: Extend the partition from the other drive.

Solution 2: Removes Virus and Malwares from the Windows boot using the Kaspersky Rescue Disk

Kaspersky Rescue Disk is not only free but also operates intelligently. This is essential because critical virus and malware infections often cannot be effectively removed while the operating system is running. Kaspersky Rescue Disk creates its own isolated environment, allowing it to eliminate these malware threats safely and efficiently.

Kaspersky Rescue Disk - Step by Step

Step 1: Download the Kaspersky rescue disk from the official Kaspersky website or using the following link:

https://www.kaspersky.com/downloads/free-rescue-disk

Step 2: Make a bootable USB/DVD drive using the Rufus/Win32 Disk Imager.

Step 3: Boot your PC using the Bootable USB Drive.

Step 4: Update the Antivirus database first.

Step 5: Run a System Scan and follow the instructions on your PC’s screen.

Solution 3: Replace the faulty RAM/SSD

It’s impossible to overlook hardware failures when troubleshooting computer issues. The presence of faulty RAM or SSD can significantly contribute to the Memory Management Error 0x0000001a. A reliable troubleshooting approach involves conducting tests by replacing these components – the RAM and SSD. This allows for a thorough analysis to determine if the error persists after the replacement.

Solution 4: Uninstall recent Windows updates.

If you suspect that the error mentioned above began occurring after a recent Windows update, consider removing those updates and performing a clean reboot to resolve the issue. You can reinstall the latest Windows updates using the following steps.

Uninstall Updates - Step by Step
Step 1: Open the Advanced Startup Option or Windows Recovery Environment. Click on Troubleshoot.

Troubleshoot in Advanced Startup Menu Windows 10 & 11

Step 2: Go to the Troubleshoot ➜ Advanced options ➜ Uninstall Updates.
win-re-advanced-options
Step 3: Select Uninstall the latest quality update.
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Step 4: click on the Uninstall quality update button and remove the updates.
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Solution 5: Run SFC, DISM, and CHKDSK in Windows Recovery Environment.

SFC/Chkdsk/Dism - Step by Step
Step 1: Open Command Prompt as Administrator.

open command prompt as administrator in Windows 8, 10 & 11

Step 2: Now run the following commands one by one.
i. System File Checker tool

sfc /scannow

ii. Run Dism command

Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth

iii. Run Disk checking utility.

chkdsk /f c:

It will show you message:

Chkdsk cannot run because the volume is in use by another process. Would you like to schedule this volume to be checked the next time the system restarts? (Y/N)

Press Y and Press Enter. The disk checking will start on next pc start.

Solution 6: Repair Windows Installation

If none of the above-mentioned methods resolve your issue, the next step is to repair your Windows installation using a bootable Windows drive. Follow these step-by-step instructions to initiate and complete the Windows installation repair process.

Startup Repair - Step by Step
Step 1: Boot your PC using the Windows Installation media. It will open Windows Installation Wizard. Click Next.

windows os installation

Step 2: Select Repair your computer.

repair your computer option windows 10 & 11

Step 3: It will open the Advanced Startup Option or Windows Recovery Environment. Click on the Troubleshoot.

Troubleshoot in Advanced Startup Menu Windows 10 & 11

Step 4: It will open the Advanced startup menu. Go to the Troubleshoot ➜ Advanced options ➜ Startup Repair.
Startup Repair Windows 10 & 11
Step 5: Select OS.
Startup Repair - Select OS
Step 6: Wait until it diagnoses and repairs your PC.
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Summary

Memory Management Error 0x0000001a is a severe Windows error that presents itself on a blue screen even before the Windows startup process. When you encounter this error, your only recourse is to restart your computer. There are several underlying reasons for this error, including memory corruption, malware or virus infections, improper Windows updates, installation of incompatible software, hardware and driver issues, and faulty hardware components.