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Fix Bad pool header stop code 0x00000019

Windows 10 blue screen error bad pool header stop code 0x00000019 indicates A thread in your processor has made a bad pool request. This means that it’s asking to use resources that are unavailable, nonexistent, or in use by another thread. It could also mean that the pool header is corrupted regardless of the particular error. Like Other Blue Screen Errors,  bad pool header on Windows 10 causes due to faulty Hardware or outdated Drivers. Again corrupted System files, problems with physical memory, and disk Drive Errors also cause this BSOD error.

If you are also struggling with a similar Windows 10 BSOD error, here we have different solutions apply to get rid of this.

bad pool header blue screen error

Note: Bellow solutions Are Also applicable on Windows 8.1 and Windows 7.

First of all, remove all external devices connected to your PC, and restart Windows. This will fix if any new device driver conflict causing this BSOD error.

Perform startup repair

If due to this blue screen error windows frequently restart at startup. We need to access the advaned option and perform startup repair. This will detect problems prevent windows start normally and try to fix them themselves.

  • Boot Windows from installation media,
  • Skip the first screen, and click Repair your PC link
  • click troubleshoot then advanced options.
  • Here on the advaned options screen click Startup Repair to allow Windows to fix the problem itself.

Windows Advanced Options

Boot into Safe Mode

If Startup repair fails to detect and fix the problem, And still Windows 10 frequently restarts with bad pool header error. That cause Safe mode is a good option that starts Windows with minimum system requirements and allows to perform troubleshooting steps.

Boot into Safe mode

  1. To Boot into safe mode on Windows 10, Again access advanced options
  2. Click Startup Settings, then restart,
  3. Now press F4 to boot into safe mode.

windows 10 safe mode boot option

When Windows start on safe mode apply the solution below to fix the bad pool header blue screen error.

Disable Fast Startup

With Windows 10 Microsoft Add Fast Startup (hybrid Shutdown shutdown) Feature to Reduce the startup time and make Windows start faster. However several users report by disabling the Fast startup feature they fix most blue screen / Startup errors.

Check: Advantages And Disadvantages Of Windows 10 Fast Startup Feature

  • To Disable Fast Startup Feature on Windows 10:
  • Open the Windows power option, From the Control Panel
  • Search for and select the Power option.
  • Now on the left side Click on “Choose what the power buttons do
  • Then Click on “Change Settings that are Currently Unavailable” f
  • Now Scroll down and Uncheck Turn on Fast Startup Under Shutdown Settings.

Fast Startup

Undo Recent Changes

As Mentioned Above you can get Bad_Pool_Header Error screen because of recent changes on your PC. Uninstall any Recently Installed Software that you installed before you got this error. Most users report after installing a new game, pirated applications like cracks and activators face different blue screen Errors.

We recommend To uninstall them

  • Open Control panel
  • programs and features
  • Then Select a recently installed application and uninstall them.
  • Now restart Windows and check BSOD Error is gone.

Make sure your system has the latest updates

Make sure your Windows system is packed with the latest service packs and other updates. Necessary patches and service packs are regularly released by Microsoft for their operating systems to fix bugs and other types of issues. These updates and patches are also useful to solve the BSOD issue.

Windows 10 is set to install updates automatically when a machine is connected to the Microsoft server. But also you can check the update manually by following the steps below.

  • Press Windows + I to open Settings
  • Click on Update & Security Then Windows update
  • Now click on the Check for updates button,
  • Let Windows check for and install available updates.
  • Restart Windows to apply the updates, check if this helps.

Note: You need to boot into safe mode with networking to access the internet to download updated files from the Microsoft server.

Check for windows update

Install the latest Device drivers

Also, Make sure that drivers of your hardware are updated: Sometimes outdated or damaged system drivers can generate Blue Screens of Death error. This error is directly related to hardware or driver so updating system drivers could fix the cause of the STOP error.

To check if the error is caused by a faulty drive, run an automatic driver update or manually update the drivers to the latest available versions. Install the latest drivers for any newly installed hardware device. If no new hardware has been installed, make sure you have the latest drivers for the below devices.

  • Video card
  • Network Adapter
  • Any removable or external disk drive

Disable Microsoft’s Indexing Service

Also, Sometimes Corrupted Indexing Service causes huge System Resource usage which Causes Different Blue Screen Errors. We recommend temporarily disable the Indexing service and check this helps to fix the bad pool head BSOD Error.

To Disable the Indexing Service,

  • Press Win + R Then Type services.msc and hit the enter key.
  • Here on the Windows Services console scroll down and look for the indexing service.
  • Double-click on it, Change the startup type Disable or Manual
  • And stop the service next to service status.
  • click apply to make save changes,
  • Close the services window and Restart windows now check on Next start blue Screen error is gone.

Check for corrupted System files

Run the System checker utility that detects and restores the corrupted missing system with the correct one. That probebly helps to fix different Windows 10 blue screen errors.

To run the System file checker 

  • Open command prompt as administrator
  • Type the command SFC / Scannow, Then hit the enter key to execute the command.
  • This Will start scanning windows for corrupted/Missing important system files.
  • If any sfc utility will restore them from a special cache folder located on %WinDir%\System32\dllcache.
  • You only have to wait until 100% complete the scanning process then after restart Windows.
  • Then after check  BAD_POOL_HEADER blue Screen error was solved.

Run system file checker

Check HDD and Memory Errors

It is also possible that the bad pool header error could be related to bad hardware (e.g. bad memory or bad hard drive). Before assuming that either of these is bad, we suggest running a hard drive and RAM diagnostic test to check if either is bad.

  • Open Command Prompt as Administrator.
  • Then type chkdsk c:  /f /r  and press Enter.

Here command chkdsk is for check disk Drive for errors. /F Fixes errors on the disk, And /r Locates bad sectors and recovers readable information.

Check disk utility

You may be asked to restart your PC. Then press Y and press Enter. when Pc restarted this will scan your pc for Hard disk Errors and It will fix problems automatically. Now on the Next Start check, there is no more Blue Screen Error.

Run Memory Diagnostic Tool

If this problem started after a recent memory upgrade we recommend removing the new installed RAM and check. Or If you haven’t added any, that means your old RAM is corrupted. You should run a diagnostic test on your computer’s existing memory. This test will find memory failures and intermittent errors, which could be causing BSOD errors.

To Run the Memory Diagnostic Tool

  • Press Windows + R, type memory diagnostic, and ok to open the Windows Memory Diagnostic app.
  • Now click on “Restart now and check for problems (recommended).
  • Your PC will be restarted and check for your memory problems.
  • It may take some time to complete the scanning process.
  • Wait until 100% complete the process Then after Windows will restart Windows.
  • You can check memory Diagnostic tool Test Results from here.

Memory Diagnostic Test

Perform System Restore

If none above solutions work for you, still getting bad pool header errors. Then it’s time to utilize the Windows system restore feature, Which reverts back your system to the previous working state. Check how To perform System Restore on Windows 10, 8.1, and Windows 7.

These are some best solutions to fix bad pool header Blue Screen errors permanently. I hope After Apply These solutions your problem bad pool header BSOD Error will get fixed. Still Have any queries, or suggestions feel free to comment below. Also, Read

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