Fix: Video Memory Management Internal Error in Windows 10
Although many users are quite pleased with Windows 10, some of them are having certain issues. One particular issue that we would like to address today is the video memory management internal BSOD error.
How to Deal With Video Memory Management Internal Error in Windows 10
This Blue Screen of Death error that will make your computer restart, and many users report this error when trying to run or close their favorite video games. Before we start fixing the issue we advise you to update your Windows 10 with latest updates. Microsoft is working hard to fix this issue, and if there’s an official fix available it will be available through Windows Update, so make sure that you download it. If the issue still persists, try one of the following solutions:
Solution 1 – Update your display drivers
Some users report that updating their display drivers fixes the issue, so we strongly suggest that you do that. To update your driver visit your graphic card manufacturer’s website, find your graphic card model and download the latest drivers.
We also recommend TweakBit’s Driver Updater Tool (approved by Microsoft and Norton) to automatically download all the outdated drivers on your PC.
Solution 2 – Run applications in compatibility mode
Sometimes running applications in compatibility mode helps. To run applications in compatibility mode do the following:
- Right click the application you wish to run in Compatibility mode.
- Choose Properties from the menu.
- Go to Compatibility tab.
- Check Run this program in compatibility mode for and choose Windows 8 from the list of operating systems.
- Click Apply and then OK to save your settings.
- After that try running the application again.
Solution 3 – Run video games in window mode
If your favorite video games are giving you this error, you might want to try running them in window mode. This process is different for each game, but to run a game in window mode you need to enter game’s video options. In video options you can choose whether to run a game in fullscreen or in window mode.
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