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I get a blue screen error when i start up either safe mode or normal, which says : bad_pool_caller
STOP: 0x000000c2 (0x0000007, 0x00000cd4, 0xc033f175, 0xf88dff5a)
I found this to usually be associated with bad memory but I have only one 512mb stick in the comp and memtest didn't turn up anything. I haven't installed any new hardware or anything like that, I've read in what i think is my case called 'double freeing' which is supposedly very nasty, but can be fixed if you know how to debug it with a kernel debugger or something like that. The windows page on debugging has lost me and I don't really know how to do this. So any help on this would be much appreciated, MUCH, i used to be able to repair Windows and it would repair alright, but now it stops before logging into Safe mode or normal and gives that error.
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