BAD POOL HEADER IN WINDOWS 10 [FIX]
I was busy working on my PC suddenly my system screen convert into a blue screen with a message “Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We’re just collection some error info, and then we’ll restart for you”. With an error of Bad pool header.
Today in this article we find out some solution to this problem “Bad Pool Header” and used this solution to solve the error.
WHAT CAUSE BEHIND THE ERROR BAD POOL HEADER IN WINDOWS 10
There are several causes behind the error of Bad Pool Header. The main issue behind this error is memory allocation problem in windows. Here in below, we check some other issue that causes of this error:
- Sometimes this error occurs when new software or hardware installed.
- That antivirus that not working with window system.
- Driver not updated or corrupted
- Disk related problems (read and write issues)
- Wrong routers and bad sectors
SOLUTION OF THIS ERROR BAD POOL HEADER IN WINDOWS 10
- Update your driver
- Uninstall anti-malware software
- Test your ram with memory diagnostics tool
- Run the troubleshooter
SOLUTION 1: UPDATE YOUR DRIVER
If your windows drivers outdated or corrupt more chance to these drivers can cause the error of bad pool header so, firstly we update the drivers.
- Go to the Device Manager
- Choose the device which is corrupt or outdated
- In the Device Manager right-click on the device and choose update driver
SOLUTION 2: UNINSTALL ANTI-MALWARE SOFTWARE
Anti-malware software that is not working with the window system can be the cause of this error Bad Pool Header. To solve this error uninstall or remove any anti-virus or anti-malware software that is running on your system after complete this process restart your system. Your problem should be resolved.
SOLUTION 3: RUN THE TROUBLESHOOTER
If the above method is not working then to resolve the issue try troubleshooting tools. Troubleshooting is one of the best tools that handle the many functions of the system including the BSOD, networking, and windows issue.
Here’s for resolve the issue we run troubleshooter in windows 10 as built-in BSOD.
- Go to the settings and open the Update & Security section.
- On the left side in the menu choose to troubleshoot.
- In the right pane select BSOD and run the troubleshooter.
- Some instruction is shown in the screen follow it to complete the troubleshooter.
SOLUTION 4: TEST YOUR RAM WITH MEMORY DIAGNOSTICS TOOL
As you know that memory allocation is one of the main reason to occur the error Bad Pool Header tool. Therefore, we check the memory to resolve the issue.
However, two ways are used to open run the Windows Memory Diagnostic tool, you can select any way to run it.
- In the search bar and type “Windows Memory Diagnostic” and press Enter.
- On your keyboard press Windows key + R and open Run dialog box and type “mdsched.exe” and press Enter.
When the Windows Memory Dialog open, select the Restart now and check for the problem, after that your system will restart and check for the problem if there is any problem with your memory allocation.