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Sometimes, your computer may got a blue screen: Bad_Pool_Caller.
This error may occur and place your hardware into an infinite loop, making you unable to boot into your operating system.

So, the question is "How to Fix  Bad_Pool_Caller"?

Please try the advice below to fix erro Bad_Pool_Caller.

1. Make sure your SATA Configuration is using the primary controller on the motherboard for hard drive connectivity.

2. Ensure all your Device Drivers are updated, and current. This can be done through control panel or using additional third party applications to scan for updates.

3. Apply the latest windows Updates for your system, this may resolve the issue and would be an early step to try and rectify the issue.

4. Check/Reinstall your Ram modules – Often this error is caused when memory cannot be released, through your RAM or Graphics display card.

5. Flash your Bios, Replace your CMOS battery and Flash the bios with the latest firmware from your manufactures website.

6. Check your Bios settings, so the hardware is being detected, you should not have to completely reinstall your operating system to resolve this issue although it may assist when bugs from an upgrade process occur.

7. Setup your NVidia display drivers, including managing applications to use the correct or default Nvidia settings, including monitor resolution being set accordingly.

8. While using Geforce experience as an application to show you updates, if you're using an older graphics card, make sure you install the correct 32bit or 64 bit driver, if using windows 10 suggest trying to install the 8.1 / vista international drivers as an alternative.

9. Registry clean, your system to ensure your addressing registry issues.

If the problem still exist, please try to fix Bad_Pool_Caller by SmartPCFixer.

Step one, Download SmartPCFixer
Step two, Install SmartPCFixer
Step three, click" Start Scan" button
Step four, check computer errors.

Step five, click "Fix All"

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