Windows msconfig

If you have changed the default setting of Maximum Memory (Boot > Advanced options…) in your Windows msconfig file to a wrong value and got the Blue Screen as a result while booting then it is possible to revert that as follows:

boot into Advanced Setting of recovery and select the option to use command prompt. After that, being at X:\Windows\System32\, enter the following command:

bcdedit /deletevalue {default} truncatememory

and exit. That’s all. Reboot.

The above command is valid only if the relevant setting has been changed.


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