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.