The 🙁 logo while using windows is very disappointing when suddenly, it crashes with a message “BAD_POOL_CALLER”. Even after several restarts and boots, the problem still appears on the screen. Don’t worry because, in this article, we will help you solve the problem by the end.
Why the problem?
The main reason for this problem occurring is not specific. The computer stops all the processes during maxed out ram, sudden crashes, etc. there are a number of problems but most of them have the same thing in common. In most cases, it has a check value of 0x000000C2 which is due to the bad pool request.
Follow till the end to solve the problem without any hassle.
Note: “Our team is not responsible for any harm or crashes caused due to the following fixes.”
Steps to Fix the Bad Pool Caller error in Windows 10
1. Undoing recent changes
Sometimes, the recent changes that were made to the PC including hardware and software upgrades may have contributed to the error. Try removing any upgrades and check if the error is solved.
2. Updating the device drivers
There is a high possibility that the hardware drivers are outdated which may be causing the error or may be wrong drivers to have been in your system.
For this, Install the correct driver from the official website of the manufacturer.
- Fill in the correct details of the brand of driver present in the system.
- Make sure it matches your computer architecture system.
If you are a newbie and still cannot find the relevant details about the driver. This method will surely help you with that.
- Down the Driver Easy software from here.
- Run the software and click the Scan Now button.
- It will scan for all the outdated or corrupted drivers and present a list of all.
- Click Update All after buying the Pro version with a minimum charge.
Restart the computer and try installing the update to make sure the problem is fixed.
3. Running a memory check on the system
Having faulty RAM on the motherboard caused the problem to arrive in the first place.
- Press Windows +R together to open the Run dialog box.
- In the box, type mdsched.exe.
- Press Enter.
- Now, click Restart now and check for problems(recommended).
- After restarting, the process will begin.
- Restart and check if the problem is solved.
4. Checking the hard disk for corruption
Before beginning with this method, close all the programs. Follow the steps below to get rid of the problem.
- Click the Start Button and move to File Explorer.
- Move to This PC.
- Right-click the driver which you want to update.
- click properties.
- Move to Tools.
- Click Check.
Our Fix | Conclusion
If none of the methods worked, try following some steps given below and the problem might get solved.
Update BIOS because in many cases, it crashes and shows the error.
Uninstall third-party antivirus as it might be blocking some features of Windows that might be causing the error.
At last, Refreshing or resetting the PC might also help because it happens that the PC is at a stage where files are corrupted and no other option is left.
So, this was our list of top fixes of the windows error.
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