Windows 10: BAD_POOL_HEADER 0x0000001. ntsokernal.exe reported from bluescreenview
BAD_POOL_HEADER 0x0000001. ntsokernal.exe reported from bluescreenview
Hi so I got this message once last week when I booted up, and the PC auto restarted and was fine. Was away for the weekend and came back to turn my PC on and I'm stuck getting this message and infinite reboot error reboot cycle. Things I have tried:
Taking out each RAM stick and trying just one at a time, still the same error.
Uninstalled malware bytes (read a few people with this error uninstalling it and being fine)
Having only keyboard, mouse, and monitor plugged in
and now I installed bluescreenview and its reporting ntsokernal.exe and 0x00000019.
Is it possible that both RAM sticks went faulty at the same time? Even If i'm in safe mode does that mean RAM could still be faulty. I haven't done memtest86 yet, was hoping something would show up in the dump files about a driver or something. I am writing from the faulty computer right now in safe mode with networking. I don't know how to read the dump files otherwise I would. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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