One of the most common stop errors is – BAD_POOL_CALLER with the value 0x000000C2 In this article we will provide information about this error, the cause and some suggestions for correcting the BAD POOL CALLER error in Windows.
This is a blue screen of death error, and like many other BSoD errors, it will crash and reboot your PC to avoid damaging your system. In the case of bad_pool_caller, a thread in your processor made a bad pool request. This means using resources that are not available, that are not available or that are used by another thread. This could also mean that the pool header is damaged – regardless of the error, like most BSoDs, it is caused by driver problems.