BSOD or BAD POOL HEADER occurs when windows experience a hardware problem. It can be caused because of corrupted device drivers, hard drive and RAM. Windows 7 blue screen bad pool headercan interrupt the working of your computer or laptop. Let’s take a look at some of the troubleshooting ways to fix it.
Common ways to fix bad pool header:
1. Try Restarting your computer.
2. Make sure your device is updated and all the updates are compatible with your device.
3. Remove all the recently downloaded programs.
4. To revert the computer at its default settings, use system restore.
5. If this error is caused due to memory, try rebooting the Windows memory diagnostic tool.