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Fixed: CACHE MANAGER Error BSOD in Windows 10

by Emily Johnson Technical Advisor

Blue screen of death errors might be problematic while you restart your computer several times. When the error BSOD can be caused issue on your operating system, then you will surely want to fix this issue. So in this article, we will show how you can fix “CACHE MANAGER ERROR BSOD” in Windows 10 operating system.

How to Fix Error CACHE MANAGER BSOD in Windows 10

In this article we will show you how you can fix error “CACHE MANAGER BSOD” In Windows 10” with six troubleshoot in simple steps;

  • Regularly Update Windows 10
  • Performing BSOD Troubleshooter
  • Performing SFC Scan
  • Performing DISM
  • Performing Windows Installation Media
  • Perform Chkdsk

1) Regularly Update Windows 10

We know that Microsoft is always working on releasing new features and improving issues in Windows 10 via their regular updates of windows 10.  In every new update, they attach new features or solutions of bugs fix. Every new update can able to fix many bugs or issues from your windows 10 operating system.

Still error “CACHE MANAGER BSOD” can occur on your device due to incompatible hardware. So it is a good idea to always keep the Windows 10 up-to-date with the latest updates.

By downloading and installing Windows 10 regularly, updates can minimize the issue of any error on your operating system, so we recommend you update your Windows 10.

2) Performing BSOD Troubleshooter

Here are the steps on how to perform BSOD Troubleshooter:

  1. Launch the setting application and visit Updates and security options.
  2. Choose Troubleshoot in the menu that appears on the left of your screen.
  3. Choose BSOD in the right panel and then tap on Run troubleshooter.
  4. Here you need to follow the on-screen instruction to finish the Troubleshooter.

3) Performing SFC Scan

Here are the steps on how to perform SFC Scan:

  1. Right-tap on the start option and launched Command Prompt as Admin.
  2. Here you need to enter the given Command in the command prompt line:
  3. sfc/scannow
  4. Here you need to wait until the process complete, and it will take few minutes
  5. When the solution is an encounter, it automatically proceeds and fix issues.
  6. Now turn off the command prompt and reboot your PC.

4) Performing DISM

Here are the steps on how to perform DISM:

  1. Right-tap on the start option and launched Command Prompt as Admin.
  2. Here you need to enter the given Command in the command prompt line:
  3. DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
  4. Here you need to wait until the process complete
  5. Restart your PC and try to update it again.

5) Performing Windows Installation Media

Here are the steps on how to perform Windows Installation Media:

  1. Launch Windows installer media on your device.
  2. Right-tap on the start menu and launch “Command Prompt” as Admin.
  3. In the command prompt search field, you need to enter the given Command and then tap Enter key each time on your keyboard:
  4. dism /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth
  5. dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
  6. Now enter the given Command and then tap Enter:
  7. DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /source:WIM:X:SourcesInstall.wim:1 /LimitAccess
  8. Remember to change the “X” value with the latter that is mounted with windows installation.
  9. After the above process, you need to restart your PC.

6) Perform Chkdsk

Here are the steps on how to perform Chkdsk:

  1. Tap Windows + X key on your keyboard to launch Power User Menu.
  2. Choose Command Prompt as admin in the list appears on your screen.
  3. In the Command Prompt line, enter the given Command and tap Enter key on your keyboard to run the Command:
  4. chkdsk /f /r C:
  5. After the above process, you can fix the error “CACHE MANAGER BSOD.”

Several users mention that they can’t fix windows 10 because of the “CACHE MANAGER BSOD” error; in this situation, you need to run a ckhdsk scan.

Here are the steps on how to perform the Chkdsk scan:

  1. While Windows 10 boot, you need to restart your computer.
  2. You also need to repeat the above steps several times to repair launched automatically.
  3. Select Troubleshooter and tap on the Advance option.
  4. In advance, option choose command prompt.
  5. When the Command prompt launch enters the given Command in the Command prompt line and tap Enter key on your keyboard:
  6. chkdsk /f /r C:
  7. Make sure to scan entire all the partitions by renaming C with a similar word.

Emily Johnson is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cybersecurity. She writes about the latest updates regarding office.com/setup and how it can improve the work experience of users. Her articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs, and websites.   

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