Error 0x00000019: BAD POOL HEADER is a blue screen of death error that occurs when a process uses up RAM and, when it’s done, cannot exit, corrupting the Memory pool.
The following article shows you how to fix error 0x00000019: BAD POOL HEADER on Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, 8.1, and Windows 10.
Here is an image of the error message:
On Windows 8 and Windows 10, the following error code replaces the BAD POOL HEADER error code:
The cause of the error BAD POOL HEADER
1. RAM module is damaged
The most common cause of this error is a damaged RAM module, which often causes read/write errors. In this case, you should scan the system memory and replace the damaged RAM module.
2. Device drivers are not updated or corrupted
Sometimes device drivers that are not properly configured, corrupted, or updated after updating or downgrading Windows can cause this BAD POOL HEADER error.
3. Install anti-malware software
Sometimes, some specific anti-malware software vendors can corrupt the system memory, leading to the above blue screen error.
How to fix the BAD POOL HEADER error on Windows
1. Check RAM
If the above blue screen error is caused by damaged RAM, you should check the RAM with the Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool. Refer to 2 ways to check RAM and check RAM errors on the computer with the highest accuracy rate to know how to do it.
2. Update drivers
Refer to 5 basic ways to update and install drivers for your computer.
3. Uninstall anti-malware software
Sometimes anti-malware software like Malwarebytes can be the main cause of this error. Uninstall this software from the system and restart the computer.
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We wish you success!