How to Repair ‘Bad Pool Caller’ Error on Windows 10 PC

Bad Pool Caller error is one of those annoying issues that pop up without warning. You know what I mean – you turn on your computer, open some programs, start working, and suddenly you see a notification saying there is no network connection. What do you do? If you are like me, you immediately go online to check whether something went wrong. However, most likely, nothing happened. So why does this happen?

The problem lies in the fact that the system cannot find enough memory to allocate the needed resources. In such cases, the operating system throws a Bad Pool Caller error. To fix this, we need to make sure our PC doesn’t overheat. read more


The CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT error is related to your system’s hardware and specifically indicates a communication problem between your system and your processor.

When you ask your computer to do something, the operating system tells the processor that it is “interrupting” to let it know what is happening. This is a system-level process called a “system interrupt,” and it is a perfectly normal function of Windows. However, if the system lingers too long in the interrupt phase, which is called the interrupt request level (IRQL), a “blue screen” error occurs. read more