Windows 10: Bad Pool Header, Driver related crashes, BSOD while Gaming & Vid rendg

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  1. Posts : 11,493
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       08 Feb 2016 #21

    Those are programs, you should be able to remove them with no problem
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  2.    08 Feb 2016 #22

    Thanks - I will do following tonight (please confirm my understanding)

    1. Remove programs related to ASUS as you have listed
    2. After removal of asus programs, I will redo driver verifier test once again
    3. Disable verifier and generate DM Log report along send you same with Minidumps
    4. While I will also run Memtest86+ overnight and provide you results

    Thanks
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  3.    08 Feb 2016 #23

    Bad Pool Header, Driver related crashes, BSOD while Gaming & Vid rendg


    when i reached home and switched on PSU to start my PC, I had Bad Pool Header BSOD after which computer started normally, unfortunately I deleted minidump file for this event as I ran CC Cleaner by mistake - what could be the reason???

    But after removing all Asus stuff as you suggested, and drivers update, I reran Driver verifier - and there was no BSOD notice, I tried it twice (disabling and enabling) and there was no BSOD

    I have attached DM Log report for your review, while I will leave my PC on for another 20 hours for Memtest86+ 5.01

    Thanks Cheers

    Prashant
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  4. Posts : 11,493
    Windows 10 Pro
       08 Feb 2016 #24

    what could be the reason???
    What could be the reason for what?
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  5.    08 Feb 2016 #25

    Reason for bad pool header.... Bsod

    Also should I assume that there are no drivers conflicts or driver related issues with my system?? As verifier didn't go to bsod? I am already running memtest86+; will update you with results
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  6.    09 Feb 2016 #26

    Bad Pool Header, Driver related crashes, BSOD while Gaming & Vid rend


    Hi

    Please find attached Memtest86+ results after almost 20 hours test with almost 6 passes with zero errors

    Also after removing all Asus stuff as you suggested, and drivers update, I reran Driver verifier - and there was no BSOD notice, I tried it twice ​(disabling and enabling) and there was no BSOD
    Also should I assume that there are no drivers conflicts or driver related issues with my system?? As verifier didn't go to bsod? I am already running memtest86+; will update you with results

    I tried to game in 4K but after 30 min I had again memory management bsod, but I also noticed that games are installed on my secondary SSD where Paging File was no set at all ! Now I have set Paging File to system managed and then again I played game for another hour without any crash... what do you think?

    Thanks

    Prashant
    Last edited by prohdgaming; 09 Feb 2016 at 15:45.
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  7. Posts : 11,493
    Windows 10 Pro
       09 Feb 2016 #27

    Also after removing all Asus stuff as you suggested, and drivers update, I reran Driver verifier - and there was no BSOD notice, I tried it twice ​(disabling and enabling) and there was no BSOD
    Also should I assume that there are no drivers conflicts or driver related issues with my system?? As verifier didn't go to bsod?
    That driver verifier didn't crash your system certainly means the drivers have been ruled out

    I tried to game in 4K but after 30 min I had again memory management bsod, but I also noticed that games are installed on my secondary SSD where Paging File was no set at all ! Now I have set Paging File to system managed and then again I played game for another hour without any crash... what do you think?
    My thought is that this is a glitch in Windows 10, I assume you know where the paging file is meant for?
    The memory management crash has quite some causes, the page file is included as it is the virtual memory where data can be saved to when extra memory is necessary for other programs.
    However I would assume that your amount of memory (according to your specs) is more then enough, this is a main reason why I think that this is a glitch in Windows 10.
    It is recommended to let the system handle the page file, my suggestion is to keep it that way
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  8.    10 Feb 2016 #28

    Yeah, I have kept it system managed only.

    Also, there seemed to be some problem with startup process, when I shut down PC with shutdown command from windows (start menu), PSU remains switched on and motherboard is also powered ! when I hit power key on my case, whole system does start but no display, today when same thing happened I switched off PSU and switched it back on but I had Header Exception BSOD (please find attached memory dump file)

    I think I need to do some changes in UEFI BISO??
    Last edited by prohdgaming; 10 Feb 2016 at 08:50.
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  9.    11 Feb 2016 #29

    Hi

    Please help, I got another BSOD called DRIVER_CORRUPTED_EXPOOL while gaming

    I have attached dump file for your review and analysis

    Thanks

    Prashant
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  10.    11 Feb 2016 #30

    You're going to need to enable driver verifier, as well as switch your system to capturing a kernel dump. Unfortunately, a minidump can only show us what's already happened (the pool address is invalid), but because of how limited a minidump is the data needed to track this down is not in the dump, making it difficult to provide any resolution.
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