BAD_POOL_CALLER

BAD_POOL_CALLER

A kernel-mode process or driver attempted to perform an illegal memory allocation. It can often also be a bug in a device driver or software that was recently installed. Processor thread that doesn’t exist or is currently unavailable. Typically this is at a bad IRQL level or double freeing the same memory allocation. Also, if the same thread of the processor is being used by another program, it can cause the error.

How to fix BAD_POOL_CALLER – STOP 0x000000C2

To begin fixing the BAD_POOL_CALLER stop error start by going to the Control Panel > Windows Memory Diagnostic or type run mdsched.exe in the start menu search. (This will check your RAM for errors.)

Type cmd in the Start Menu/Cortana search and then type chkdsk /f in the DOS prompt.

Type cmd in the Start Menu/Cortana search and then type verifier

From graphical user interface choose Create Standard Settings

Choose Automatically select all drivers installed on this computer.

If it crashes go back to Safe Mode and turn verified off with this command; verified /reset

Check the dump file with the application who-crashed from Resplendence website.

Remove or update the driver as needed.

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