While using a Windows 10 computer, you may receive the error message “Your computer has a memory problem” . While not uncommon, this error can appear on any Windows 10 computer. In this article, make tech easier to fix the above error.
Here’s how to fix the “memory problem” error you can try:
1. Check for driver updates in Optional Updates
At some point, the driver can cause problems for your Windows 10 computer. If problems appear after installing a new driver then you should check to see if there are driver updates waiting to be installed. This is recommended because once the problem is discovered, manufacturers will soon release an update to fix the problem.
Press the Windows + I key combination to open Settings then go to Update & Security > Windows Update > View optional updates .
Here, select the update you want to install and click the Download and install button.
2. Run a driver checker
On Windows 10, there is a driver checker called Driver Verifier Manager. This tool helps you to detect faulty driver. To open Driver Verifier Manager press the Start button, then type verifier and press Enter. When the tool opens, double-click Next for it to start scanning.
3. Check the RAM stick
When you get a “memory problem” error you need to check the RAM sticks on your computer. If you have a bit of technical knowledge, you can remove the RAM and clean the dust and then reinsert it to see if the problem is resolved.
4. Run the Memory Diagnostic Tool in Clean Boot or Safe Mode
Clean Boot or Safe Mode is the native running mode of Windows that does not include third-party software or other applications and programs. Therefore, running the Memory Diagnostic Tool in these two modes can help you find and fix the “memory problem” error.
5. Get assistance from the manufacturer or repairman
This is the last resort if all your efforts are unsuccessful. If the computer is still under warranty, please ask the company’s support to solve the problem. In case the computer is out of warranty, you should consult a computer repairman to ask for support.
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