Windows 10: BSOD - Bad Pool Header caused by NTOSKRNL
BSOD - Bad Pool Header caused by NTOSKRNL
Hello, I've been having an issue this past week whenever my computer restarts (seems to be from Windows Updates) I come back to a Bad Pool Header BSOD. I was able to get it stopped by uninstalling Avast and doing a Clean Boot. After about 2 hours of restarting and just adding one new item to start up, everything seemed ok. Then this morning it started again, so I'm not sure at all what to do or whats causing it now. Any help would be really really appreciated.
Hello, just a quick check, have you activated windows yet?
Yes, as far as I know I have activated Windows 10. I've been using it for quite awhile now and did the free upgrade like a month after it was available.
The logfiles you provided suggest it is not activated. What does the Settings > Update and Security -> Activation screen show?
Last edited by philc43; 13 Jan 2017 at 05:06.
Reason: Added code from logfiles
I'm at work at the moment so will have to check that when I get home. Would that be caused by me being in Safe Mode? The only way I can get into the computer right now is booting it in safe mode. Otherwise I get the Bad Pool Header BSOD as soon as the login screen comes up after Windows boots up.
It says Windows is activated with a digital license linked to my Microsoft Account.
Please open a Command Prompt (via right click on Start button) and type the following: slmgr -dli
Please post the result that shows up in the dialog box.
I have a Laptone Wifi Dongle and a wireless mouse dongle in my USB ports on my Dell Inspiron 1750 laptop.
I have uploaded the file dumps for you. I get the BDOS screen occasionally when I am browsing on my computer.
Acer Aspire ES1-711-P14W with Windows 10. I had Windows 10 since Insiders builds and a few weeks ago it started BSODing frequently, mainly DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION and BAD_POOL_HEADER, I thought a reinstall would fix the issue but it didn't, I still...
I've tested the memory with memtest86, uninstalled recently installed software and updated my drivers with driver reviver. these were the recommendations on other forums and i'm unsure what else i can do to try and fix this.
i tried to upload my...
I Received the error,
A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.
*** STOP: 0x00000019
Since upgrading to Windows 10 from Windows 7, my computer would crash once a day with a bad pool header notification. I have tried everything I can think of to resolve this issue, and am coming here as a last resort. Below is my DM Log Collector zip.