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Computer won't boot normally and BAD_POOL_CALLER plus other BSODs


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So it's not the ATI driver? Because I was thinking of uninstalling them and deleting all traces in program data and registry of the ATI drivers then reinstalling them but I'm not sure how I'm suppose to go about that or if it's safe. I'm not sure what will happen without the ATI drivers either. Would I even be able to boot up properly?
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You could try that first and make sure you get the newest driver installed to make sure it is completely up to date.
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But what do you think causes the BAD_POOL_CALLER that prevents me from booting up normally?

That's the BSOD I keep getting. I just want to solve that.

Edited by sandals, 04 June 2012 - 12:07 PM.

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You could try that first and make sure you get the newest driver installed to make sure it is completely up to date.


And what's the exact process I should use to go about that (while In safe mode with networking mind you)? I want to do this safely.

Edited by sandals, 04 June 2012 - 12:13 PM.

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Go HERE and download the Catalyst uninstaller. That should get rid of all the drivers you have installed.
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Alright, thank you so much. I'll reboot and see how it goes.
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I hope it works :thumbsup:
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F*CK YEAH MAN, IT WORKED!

WINDOWS BOOTED NORMALLY AND EVERYTHING

THANK SO MUCH FOR THE HELP BRO, ESPECIALLY THAT CATALYST UNINSTALLER

FREAKIN AWESOME, FINALLY.
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Now just update the catalyst to the newest one and you should be good to go.
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Alright, thanks again.
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Let me know how it works and don't worry if it does it again you now have the tool to get rid of it. If it does mess up then get the next newer one and try it. :thumbsup:
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