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The VIDEO_MEMORY_MANAGEMENT_INTERNAL also known as Stop Error 0x0000010E indicates that the video memory manager has encountered a condition from which it cannot recover.
This error is known to occur as a result of a damaged or obsolete device driver. Sometimes device drivers are misconfigured, damaged or obsolete. This can also happen after a Windows upgrade or downgrading of Windows from a newer system to an older system. This BSOD error is usually caused by the incorrect behavior of a video driver.
Update the driver
To check if the error was caused by a defective drive, perform an automatic driver update or manually update the drivers to the latest versions available.
To manually update a driver, follow these steps:
- Click on Start
- Type devmgmt.msc in the search box.
- Click devmgmt in the results list.
- Right-click the driver
- To update the driver, select Update driver software.
- To disable the driver, select Disable.
- To uninstall the driver, select Uninstall.
To perform an automatic driver update, follow these steps:
- Click on Start
- Go to Peripherals and printers
- Right-click on your computer.
- Choose Device Installation Settings
- If you select Yes, do it automatically.
- Click Save Changes
- Follow the necessary steps to continue the process.
Apply the Official Microsoft Hotfix
A supported patch is available from Microsoft. However, this fix is only intended to correct the problem described in this article. Apply this patch only to systems where the problem described in this article occurs. This patch can get additional tests. Therefore, if you are not seriously affected by this problem, we recommend that you wait for the next software update that contains this patch.
This problem can also occur in situations where you make memory intensive tasks and your system has a small memory configuration to meet the demand. In this situation, upgrading memory is a good way to maintain system stability.
Check your memory for errors.
Go to Start menu
Type Memory diagnostic
Run the tool
The next time you restart/restart your computer, your RAM will be checked for errors and a detailed report will be displayed after login.
Restoring the Windows operating system
A reinstallation of the Windows system means that all applications and devices that you installed on the system after installing the computer will be completely removed and the computer will be restored to its original state. In this case, these errors and problems when restoring the Windows system are avoided. However, this is not a good solution for many computer users, as most do not want their installed applications and other data completely removed from the PC.
Windows system recovery often takes more than half an hour, after that, if you want your computer to return to the situations you currently use, you should spend a lot of time installing this program and utility on your computer, which is also a great task.