Fixing BSOD BAD_POOL_HEADER Windows Error

The Bad Pool header or you can say BAD_POOL_HEADER, both are the same BSOD errors that are also known for the error code “0x00000019”.


If you have this problem on your computer, it indicates that the pool header of your Windows operating system has been corrupted or may have a problem. This error means that a process has entered the memory pool and failed to erase properly, corrupting the memory pool header.

This error can have the following causes:

  • Anti-malware software
  • Driver conflict or obsolete drivers
  • RAM memory defective


An error in the pool header can be easily corrected by rebooting the system. If the problem persists, you can use the methods listed below to correct the BSOD Bad Pool Header BSOD error. If you cannot access your PC normally, try these methods in safe mode. read more

How To Repair: BSOD Error 0xC000021A

The error check STATUS_SYSTEM_PROCESS_TERMINATED has the value 0xC000021A. This means that an error has occurred in a large user mode subsystem.


This error occurs when a user-mode subsystem such as WinLogon or the CSRSS (Client Server Run-Time Subsystem) has been fatally compromised and security can no longer be guaranteed. The operating system then switches to kernel mode. Microsoft Windows cannot run without WinLogon or CSRSS. This is one of the few cases where a service failure in user mode can cause the system to shut down. read more


The error check THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER has a value of 0x000000EA. This indicates that a wire in a device driver runs infinitely.

Dxgkrnl.sys is the Microsoft DirectX graphics kernel file. It works with your graphics card drivers and should not be modified under any circumstances.


This means that the device driver is looped and waiting for the hardware to react. This may indicate a bad card or defective drivers.

If you have recently received errors with dxgkrnl.sys, we recommend that you uninstall or reinstall all programs that caused this error. If this does not solve the problem, or if you have not recently installed a program, try restoring Windows to a previous copy. read more

Fixed: WDF_VIOLATION Blue Screen Error

WDF_VIOLATION (Windows Driver Framework) in Windows 10 usually indicates that Windows found an error in a driver based on the framework. It is less likely that this error is caused by your hardware. Therefore, solutions to this problem are not so difficult to find.


This error message may also be accompanied by a stop code beginning with 0x10d or 0x0000010D. It may also appear under a different error name.

WDF_VIOLATION was very rare before Windows 8, but has established itself since installation. It most often appears when you sync files from your iPhone or iPod to iTunes. Although the problem was more common in iTunes 10, it still occurs in iTunes 11. read more

Fixing: Bad_System_Config_Info Blue Screen Error

Many people could successfully upgrade to Windows 10, but there were also people who had problems with Windows updates. Here we look at the Bad_System_Config_Info error and how to fix it.

Bad_System_Config_Info Blue Screen Error

The Bad_System_Config_Info error appears on a blue screen in Windows 10 after upgrading from Windows 7.

Here are some important reasons that can lead to an error in system configuration under Windows 10/8/7:

1. Corrupted/damaged hard disk;
2 Corrupted Windows system files;
3. Corrupted Windows registry files;
4. Improperly configured damaged device drivers;
5. Driver conflict between newly installed hardware;
6. Damaged RAM. read more

How To Fix USBXHCI.SYS Blue Screen Error (Solved)

Blue Screen of Death Error USBXHCI.SYS is something to do with the USB 3.0 or USB 3.1 ports on your motherboard. Or at least the driver that controls the Usb 3.0 specification port on the motherboard.

USBXHCI.SYS Blue Screen Error

If the motherboard has the option in the bios for super speed or fast charge or standby charge of USB devices, try disabling the options in the bios as a temporary test.

A blue screen error (also called a stop error) can occur if your PC is unexpectedly shut down or restarted due to a problem. If this type of error occurs, you cannot see things like the Start menu or the taskbar on the screen when your PC is turned on. Instead, you may see a blue screen telling you that your PC has encountered a problem and needs to be restarted. read more

Fix Tcpip.sys Blue Screen of Death Error Guide

Tcpip.sys is one of the SYS files provided with Windows security updates released by Microsoft. If SYS file errors occur, they are usually caused by damaged drivers or faulty hardware. It is remarkable that the tcpip.sys file plays an important role in the various functions of Windows. If this SYS file is damaged or damaged, critical system errors such as the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) may occur.

tcpip.sys Blue Screen of Death

The error is usually caused by a damaged or invalid registry entry. Recording is the part of the hard disk that determines how programs run on the PC and where their information is stored. Registry entries can be corrupted by viruses and other malware, but whether or not this is the case, the registry must be scanned and repaired as a matter of urgency for it to function properly again. read more

Repair Critical_Process_Died Windows BSOD Error (Solved)

You have encountered a rare thing – a blue death screen exclusive to Windows 8/10. BSoDs are historically very intimidating, but despite their name and appearance, most BSoDs are only temporary. This means that any errors you encounter can usually be corrected, although the process can be a bit painful. Earlier versions of Windows flashed around the error message needed to diagnose the incident with lines of code, but fortunately Windows 8/10 pushed the message into the background and you were kind enough to document it. read more


The ‘Kernel Security Check Failure’ error can occur for various reasons such as memory problems, virus infections, etc. However, the most common reason is that the drivers you used for the previous version of Windows are not compatible with the new version of Windows. As a result, the operating system issues the error message ‘Kernel Security Check Failure’ followed by error code 0x00000139.


The symptoms of the blue screen problem “KERNEL SECURITY CHECK FAILURE” are a random crash or a crash during the boot process, which makes access to the Windows environment impossible. In my experience, I assume that the above BSOD error is related to hardware or software incompatibility problems. read more


BSOD’s are frustrating for everyone and often difficult to find. The IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL BSOD usually comes from a hardware driver or hardware conflict. This means one of two things: Driver problems or a bad Windows service caused by a backup utility or antivirus.


The error “Stop 0x0000000A: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL” usually occurs when Windows starts. It is usually associated with a bad driver or defective or incompatible hardware or software. Technically, this error condition indicates that a process or driver in kernel mode has attempted to access a disk space for which it had no permission or too high an IRQL level (kernel interrupt request). read more