Windows 10 Crash because RAM reaches maximum that isn't reserved.
I own a custom-built PC with 8 gb of RAM. All of the sudden, my computer starts to blue screen while I am playing CS:GO or Rocket League. I check my task manager, and my computer is using 66% of my RAM while a game is open. It turns out that one of my 4gb sticks of RAM is completely hardware reserved. I am assuming I need to fix that. I use a ASUS M5A99FX Pro 2.0 for my motherboard and G Skill Ripjaws 2×4 gb RAM.
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