BAD_POOL_HEADER or stop code 0x00000019 is one of the frequently occurring Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) errors on Windows. Here is how to fix it.
After installing a new version of Windows 10, installing a new video card driver or just like a bolt from the blue, we may be greeted by a dreaded Blue Screen of Death (BSoD). A BSoD can be caused by many problems. For example, driver faults, memory faults, wrong system files or hard drive issues.
What is the ‘System Service Exception’ error? The ‘System Service Exception’ error is one of the most commonly occurring stop errors on the Windows operating system. These stop errors are also known as blue screen of death, BSoD or blue screen. These errors indicate a fatal system crash and can cause your system to be
Our computers are fantastic machines that allow us to perform tons of tasks, such as browsing the internet for information, playing games, using software applications like word processors or spreadsheets, and much more. What allows us to switch from one task to another in a quick manner is the amount of random-access memory (RAM) that
When you hit the power button on your computer tower or laptop, generally, you expect the computer to power on and load up without fault. Unfortunately, for those on Windows 10 computers who either do not know what device drivers are or are unaware of how to update device drivers, may be met with a
What is the ‘CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED’ error? The occasional Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) has plagued us all over the years of Windows’ existence. BSoDs are STOP errors that are a part of the Windows operating system. These messages are displayed when a fatal system error happens, with the primary purpose being to inform the user about
While we are all told that automatically installing Windows updates is critical to the performance and security of our machines, we rarely know what to do when these updates cause errors to crop up or the installation of these data patches are abruptly stopped. Generally, if you have your computer set to proceed with automatic
The KMode exception not handled error, or error code 0x0000001E usually occurs on Windows 10. It is accompanied by a Blue Screen Of Death (BSoD). BSoDs are considered to be a serious problem among PC users.
The dreaded blue screen of death or BSoD for short, is a stop error screen that is displayed on your computer’s monitor when your Windows computer runs into a fatal system error. Typically, your computer will crash unexpectedly, then restart automatically, and show a subsequent blue screen which gives you the error it encountered. While
While getting the DPC Watchdog Violation error may be confusing or frustrating, there are several ways that you can fix the issue with relative ease.