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Bad Pool Caller


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krome

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i am getting the blue screen and it says Bad_Pool_Caller. I can't get into windows, not even in safe mode. it just goes to the blue screen and says

Technical Information:
***STOPl 0x000000c2 (0x00000043,0xCEA61000,0x00000000,0x00000000)

It dumps the physical memory and reboots but just goes right back to the blue screen and does it all over again.

Apparently its a bad installation of hardware/software. So the last thing I installed was Quicktime which i downloaded from the site. After that the last thing i did was defragment the computer, so i dont know if by defragmenting i messed some of the files.

I tried going through Dos and removing Quicktime, but i couldnt figure out how to do it, if its at all possible. If there is someway to remove a program through Dos maybe that would work? i dont know.

I tried repair installing Windows from the cd, but it didnt see it.

So if anyone could figure this out, that would be great. Thanks!

I'm using a Compaq Presario, Windows XP.
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I get the same thing but it seems to be wehn i go on call of duty uo.
My computer blue screens whilst playing the game and i get error messages like

BAD_POOL_CALLER

STOP:0X000000C2
(0X00000050, 0XE1026000, 0XA000000)

Please help me i don't know what to do and really need any help available.
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http://support.micro...b/314492/EN-US/ could you follow the steps here to get the kernal dump for us?
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im guessin its this one because it has the x50 in it but there are only 3 paramaters i think

Cannot free a non-allocated paged pool address.• Parameter 1 = 0x50 : Attempt to free a non-allocated paged pool address
• Parameter 2 = Starting address
• Parameter 3 = Start the offset in the pages from the beginning of the paged pool
• Parameter 4 = Size in bytes of the paged pool
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is that a kernal dump?
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salmonboy....can you start your own thraed for me...since you CAN get into windows and krome can't...there's gonna be different instructions for both of you
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krome...can i get an update on your situation...are you still unable to log into windows in any form (safe mode. LKG confing, etc..)
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I am having the same 0043 bad pool caller that happened while defragmenting my hard drive - I have run chkdsk /r and it has not fixed the problem. Windows XP will boot up, and at the point it says "loading personal settings" the bsod appears with 0x000000C2 (0x00000043, ...) - the windows website simply says error 43 is rare, but does not say what causes it. After seeing your post of a 43 error and mentioned it happened during defragmenation, I am guessing I have the same problem - did you ever get this fixed?
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