10-02-2017 12:50 PM
I have a T460p laptop and for awhile now I've been seeing lots of varying issues seemingly related to the physical memory, lots of BSOD's all different but related to memory. However, running Memtest86+ and Windows Memory Diagnostic as well as Lenovo Hardware Scan reveal nothing wrong with the memory itself.
It seems to occur more frequently when I bring the laptop out of sleep. So I disabled Hybrid Sleep thinking that would fix it and for awhile it did but now it seems to be bluescreening again.
Is this a known issue? Was there a System Update that potentially caused this?
10-04-2017 05:41 AM
The memory management BSOD usually means that some driver has corrupted system memory used by the OS. In my experience, it is usually anti-virus, encryption, or other security-related software that does this. What are you using for these things? As a test, is it possible to uninstall them and see if you system becomes more stable?