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BAD_POOL_CALLER error at start of xp installation.


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Hey, I had a problem whose solution I found on this site, by then I was ready to format my system. The solution was to repair at the second prompt of bootable disc installation. But then I decided to format it whole and try a fresh start. It's a pretty old P4, not original(the os disk is not original) and has been formatted a couple times. It's like 5-6 years old. So after format (not quick) it restarts and begins installation & says installing devices, the bar fills up a little more than half & then throws me this error, BAD_POOL_CALLER. . Dumps the physical memory & sits on that screen. I'm stumped. Barely have half the money needed to buy a new pc & am unemployed. Anyway to fix?

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Woot! Woot-Whoppity-woot!!!!! It was the 34 min hitch.

http://m.techspot.co...lling-xp.70385/

This worked. Had to get rid of 8 inf files.
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