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I get this BSOD when Windows is trying to startup. Safe mode doesn't work and when I try to repair windows once I get to the screen that tells me to choose which drive i wish to repair it jumps right back to the BAD_POOL_CALLER screen. I can't do anything. I suspect it's a driver I installed for my nvidia video card but i have no way of deleting it since i cant get into windows and ms-dos won't even let me switch drives to del it. Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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If you have a different graphics adapter swap them until you can download the correct drivers for the current card.
You did not state what computer brand you have but if it has an onboard chipset remove the add on.
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