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BSOD Special_Pool_Detected_Memory_Corruption

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So, im using a new laptop that ive had for maybe 2 weeks. For the first week or so it ran great, no problems whatsoever. But now for the past week or so i get bluescreens with the heading Special_Pool_Detected_Memory_Corruption. They happen maybe 2 or 3 times per 5 hours of use. Extremely annoying considering its a brand new computer that i only play a game or 2 on and look at a handful of websites.

Ive searched around the net and have found similiar topics pertaining to this problem but have yet to find many step by step instructions to fixing this problem and have of the computer jargan i havent a clue to the meaning of. From all ive gathered it "usually" points to a driver problem. However, after doing a few things some sites have mentioned (Tried 3 different driver check softwares, did a few dxdiag solutions) everything came back clean, working as intended and up to date. So im pretty much at a loss of what to try next to maybe stop these bluescreens.

So if anyone out there has had a similiar problem and can explain in lamens terms how i can go about getting this cimputer to run flawlessly again, it would be much appreciated.
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