1. Open a command prompt as administrator. Error! Filename not specified.
  2. Enter the following command and press Enter:
    DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
  3. Wait for the scan to complete.
  4. Restart your computer and try the update again.

2. with support for Windows installation

  1. Insert the Windows installation media.
  2. Open the command line (Admin).
  3. On the command line, type the following commands and press Enter after each command :
    Remove/delete image/health scan
    Delete/remove image/health analysis
  4. Now type the following command and press the Enter key :
    DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /source:WIM:X:SourcesInstall.wim:1 /LimitAccess
  5. Be sure to change the X value for the mounted drive letter when you install Windows 10.
  6. Restart the computer when the process is complete.

6. De-installation of problematic software/antivirus software.

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Errors in BSoD such as CACHE_MANAGER can be caused by software or hardware. To correct these errors, it is recommended to locate and remove the problematic software.

If this error is recent, you can remove the recently installed software to fix the error.

Your antivirus and firewall may be the most common cause of the BSoD error, so it is recommended that you temporarily uninstall the antivirus software to solve the problem.

Almost all anti-virus programs can cause this type of error, so be sure to uninstall any anti-virus software you have installed except Windows Defender.

Some users reported that the CACHE_MANAGER error was not fixed even after uninstalling the antivirus software.

This is probably due to the remaining antivirus files and registry entries, and special uninstall tools must be used to completely remove the antivirus software.

Most antivirus vendors offer uninstallation tools on their sites that you can download and use for free.

7. start chkdsk

  1. Open a command prompt as administrator. Error! Filename not specified.
  2. When the command line starts, type chkdsk /f /r C: and press Enter to run it.
  3. Note that this scan must be performed for each disk partition, so be sure to replace C with the correct disk letter.
    Error: The file name is not specified.

Note: The CACHE_MANAGER BSoD error may be caused by your hard drive, so it is recommended that you perform a chkdsk check.

8. check your equipment

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If you have recently installed new hardware, you should remove or replace it. Newly installed hardware may not be fully compatible with the motherboard.

If you have not recently installed new hardware, you should check your memory, as this is the most common cause of BSoD errors.

You should use a program like MemTest86+ to test your RAM. Put the program on a USB stick and start your computer from that stick. Let MemTest86+ run for a few hours.

If you have multiple RAM modules installed, you can test them one after another until you find the faulty module.

In addition to faulty RAM, the hard drive can also cause a CACHE_MANAGER BSoD error, so check that the hard drive is properly connected.

If the memory and hard drives are working properly, check that the other hardware is also working properly.

Blue Screen of Death errors like CACHE_MANAGER BSoD can be problematic, but you can easily fix them with some of our solutions.

In the worst case, you need to replace the hard drive or try if the hard drive works on another computer. Let us know which solutions are best for you.

FAQ: Learn more about “blue screen” error messages.

  • What are the causes of errors in the blue screen of death?

There is no definitive reason why Blue Screen of Death errors occur. However, you can read our guide to the most common causes of BSoD errors.

  • How do I know why I am getting “Blue Screen of Death” errors?

Blue Screen of Death errors always leave log files that you can view later. Follow our guide that includes steps to find and view BSoD log files.

  • How do I get rid of the “Blue Screen of Death” error once and for all?

If you want to know how to get rid of BSoD errors, you can use one of these excellent software tools to fix them.

Editor’s note: This article was originally published in June 2016 and was revised and updated in February 2021 to ensure timeliness, accuracy and completeness.

Frequently asked questions

How can I solve disabling memory management in Windows 10?

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How do I correct a memory error?

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