Troubleshooting and repairing the Windows pool headerNovember 23, 2020 by Anthony Mellor
In some cases, your system may display a message about a problem with the Windows pool header. This issue can be caused by a number of reasons.
The BAD POOL HEADER error occurs on a blue screen of death (BSOD), an error (or error code) that occurs when Windows encounters a critical problem that it cannot resolve. The BAD POOL HEADER issue is a Windows memory allocation issue, but the error can also occur due to other issues.
1. Did you make any changes to the computer before the problem occurred?
2. Do you get special error codes?
The problem with the pool header is related to Windows memory allocation. Device driver problems are probably the most common, but they can be caused by a variety of reasons, including bad sectors or other disk write problems, as well as problems with some routers. (RAM problems theoretically will be wary of memory pool problems).
Disconnect all external devices connected to the computer, except for the mouse and keyboard. Check what's going on.
On Windows 7, you can use Command Prompt to launch a test disk from the system recovery options.
Read the article listed below:
What system recovery options are available in Windows 7?
If the above step fails, do the following:
Restart your computer in Safe Mode and see if the problem persists. NextFollow the instructions on the link:
If safe mode works, restart your computer after restarting and see if the problem persists. Follow Step 1 to clean up the reboot:
Follow step 7 in this article to restart your computer normally after running the restart troubleshooter.
If the above step fails, follow the instructions on the link:
Hope this helps you.
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Reasons For This Error
We know that one or more of the following reasonscause this error:
Cause 1: defective RAM module
The most common cause of this error is a faulty RAM module that generates read / write errors on a regular basis. In this case, it is recommended to scan the system memory and replace the faulty RAM module.
Reason 2: Corrupted or outdated device drivers
Sometimes device drivers may be misconfigured, damaged, or out of date. It can also happen after updating Windows or moving Windows from a new system to an old one.
Reason 3. Antivirus software installed
Sometimes anti-malware programs of certain brands can damage the system memory and cause this error to appear.
Steps To Fix BAD POOL HEADER 0x00000019 Error
Here are some common causes of BAD POOL HEADER errors and how to fix them.
1. Disconnect external drives and devices
After a crash, disconnect all USB devices except the mouse and keyboard from the system and turn on the PC. Use it as usual. If the problem was with an external device, the system should rebecome showing BSOD BAD POOL HEADER error.
Connect USB devices one by one to see which device is causing the error. As soon as you find a damaged device, replace it immediately.
2. Check SMART reader information
Self Monitoring, Analyzing and Reporting Technology (SMART) is a feature found in all modern hard drives and solid state drives. SMART monitors critical parameters such as
You can use utilities such as Drive Monitor or CrystalDiskInfo to check the SMART status of your hard drive. The utility will display the current state of the disk based on the RAW parameter attribute values.
3. Scan the disk forbad sectors
Bad sectors are a common cause of BAD POOL HEADER errors. When checking the SMART status of the drive, check for a warning sign next to the Number of Reassigned Sectors attribute. If you see a warning sign, your disk needs to be replaced as it can fail at any time due to the unavailability of spare sectors that will be used to reallocate bad sectors.
If you don't see the warning, you can still scan the disk for bad sectors to better visually determine the status of the disk. To do this, you need to run the Drive Monitor utility.
Do the following:
- Install and run Stellar Data Recover Professional software.
- Click Disk Monitor, then Bad Sector.
- Select your hard drive from the drop-down list in the upper right corner and click Scan.
- If you see too many red blocks after scanning, you need to replace the hard drive to correct the error. InstructionsFor how to safely replace a disk without losing data or operating system configuration, see Step 8.
You can also try the low-level format for re-evaluating bad sectors.
4. Check your RAM
Bad RAM can be the cause of the BAD POOL HEADER error 0x00000019. You can check your PC's memory using the Windows RAM Diagnostic Tool or a separate third party RAM testing tool like MemTest86.
Follow these steps to check memory using the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool:
- Press Windows + S and enter memory diagnostics.
- Click Windows Memory Diagnostics.
- Close the entire program, then click Restart Now and Check for Problems (Recommended).
To fix RAM errors, you can try moving the RAM to a different location on the computer's motherboard.
If no errors were found, skip to the next fix.
5. Check and update device drivers
An outdated, damaged, or damaged device disk can cause a failures equipment. Drivers are the bridge between the hardware and the operating system. If the operating system is unable to communicate with the hardware due to corrupted drivers, it may fail to protect other critical system components.
Follow these steps to update or reinstall a device driver:
- Turn on the system (preferably in safe mode) and open the device manager.
- Right-click the hard drive and select Uninstall Driver.
- Restart the system and Windows Update will reinstall the drivers.
- You can also update drivers manually. Right-click the drive in Device Manager and select Refresh Disk.
- Select a driver update or click Find and Install Automatically.
- You can also visit the hard drive manufacturer's website to download hard drive drivers and install them on your computer.
6. Check the integrity of the system file
Start your computer in Safe Mode and do the following Steps to run a System File Checker (SFC) scan.
- Press Windows + S and enter Command Prompt.
- Right-click Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator.
- Now enter SFC / scannow.
- Press Enter to start scanning.
SFC scan verifies the integrity of system files. If a damaged (or missing) system file is found, it is automatically replaced with a new copy of the cache.
7. System Restore
System Restore allows you to undo any recent changes made to your system that may have caused BAD POOL HEADER to crash. To use System Restore, follow these steps:
- Press Windows + S and enter System Restore.
- Click "System Restore", then click the "System Restore" button.
- Select a restore point from the provided list and click Next.
- Follow the instructions in the System Restore Wizard to restore your previous system Stable state of the computer.
All programs, including malware that you may have accidentally installed, will be removed from the system after a system restore.
8. Replace material
If all else fails, replace the disk. Ideally, replacing the drive should eliminate the BAD POOL HEADER stop error. Buy a new hard drive or SSD and clone your existing hard drive to save your data. Also, you don't need to install Windows because disk cloning creates a mirror copy of your hard drive with all of its partitions.
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