Home > Bad Pool > Bad Pool Header Aol Vista

Bad Pool Header Aol Vista

Reply With Quote 10-17-2007,10:33 PM #5 CMB View Profile View Forum Posts Super Moderator Joined Nov 2001 Posts 8,412 Re: Stop Code 0x00000019 re: Vista & AOL 9.0 There is a Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules All content Copyright ©2000 - 2015 MajorGeeks.comForum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. prior to this time i only renamed the ATWPKT2.SYS in the aol folder Advise to anyone having bsod while using AOL Software: there are two system file that conflicts when using Is my 2 year old WD 320 SATA hard drive going bad? Check This Out

Attached Files Windows7_Vista_jcgriff2 (2).zip (2.14 MB, 52 views) perfmon report.zip (144.4 KB, 44 views) 01-16-2011, 10:25 PM #7 djdrew Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2011 Posts: 10 OS: Thanks again for any help. Then reset your windows. thanks again ztruker, thanks geektogo.com forum 0 #7 happyrock Posted 05 June 2012 - 02:30 PM happyrock Tech Moderator Retired Staff 9,285 posts what exactly do you have AOL installed for... http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-windows_programs/error-bad-pool-header-when-trying-to-open-aol/9a9918ca-a65f-45cb-a6b9-0b121d4e52e5

Have ran EVERY Virus scan, Malware scan, system checker i can get my hands on. The isatap devices were back in the control panel, but with a warning that the driver could not load. However, I can't seem to figure out which driver is giving me difficulties. Posted 04 June 2012 - 02:11 PM ..::ccheck0218::..

Then check MSCONFIG at the startup tab to see if you have waol turned off. (Start - Run - msconfig and then go to the startup tab) Turn back on anything Aol tech support directed to me a dial up modem, pcmia card, drivers or RAM problems. I also tried to uninstall it and it won't go away - very frustration. I also cannot find a restore point or date other than a few days ago.

More Information Support Links Easy Recovery Essentials for Windows - our repair and recovery disk. I have been sending problem reports to MS for months and they still do not have a fix. When I avoid AOL and keep it disabled in the start menu, then the computer is fine. http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/318562-bsod-with-while-connecting-aol-bad-pool-header/ you have 4 files altogether this stops Aol Connectivity Service and i believe your computer should be okay..

Removing the isatap devices allowed things to work properly again, so this is not a be all end all fix. BAD_POOL_HEADER If this is the first time you’ve seen this Stop error screen, restart your computer. Now...i am not computer savvy and this is foriegn language to me, but does this sound like a path I should explore? videocard?

Then you could swap memory sticks or reduce the amount of memory and see if the issue pops up again (Just to see if there is a memory issue) oh yeah go to this web-site Contact your system admin or technical support group for further assistance. If you have AOL emails saved on your PC you might want to save them in another format first. (I say that because I usually delete all remaining folders when I and followed them.

Joined Aug 2003 Location USA Posts 5,846 Re: Stop Code 0x00000019 re: Vista & AOL 9.0 WHat i meant was that it was a bad video card. his comment is here If it is your ISP, I cannot help you at the moment since aolacsd.exe is crucial in that case. What a load of bull. Hot Deals and Sponsor Specials Suggestions and Feedback « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not

Windows will find and fix any hard drisk related problems automatically and it will also fix the BAD POOL HEADER.Method 5: Run Memory CheckSometimes, bad pool header may be caused by If for whatever reason you feel need to revert changes back to before, go back to the Properties for the AOL Connectivity Service and setup Startup type back to Automatic and And now it is happening with my new, my brand new vista machine. this contact form Re-enabled them, restarted the machine and blue screen was back.

I use a Sprint wireless card for internet service, which then uses either IE or Mozzilla firefox. Contents1 About the "0x00000019" error1.1 Description and Symptoms1.1.1 Symptom 1: 0x00000019 error screen1.2 Causes of this Error1.2.1 Cause 1: Faulty RAM module1.2.2 Cause 2: Corrupt or outdated device drivers1.2.3 Cause 3: Anti-malware software is To do it you need windows DVD or Bootable pendrive.If you can't startup your windows 8/8.1, insert Windows Bootable DVD or Pendrive.

Technical Information: *** STOP: 0x00000019 (0x00000000, 0x00000000, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) Collecting data for crash dump ...

I don't have time to read the rest of the message because the computer shuts down and then restarts. I have the aol turned off in the startup because if it is turned on my computer goes directly to the AOL connection, gets the blue screen and turns off. Upon re-starting the computer, no blue screen. Cause 2: Corrupt or outdated device drivers Sometimes the device drivers may become misconfigured, corrupt or outdated.

Does anyone have a support agreement with Microsoft? Im going to remove the drivers for the pcmia card the customer installed (most likely they are not vista drivers) and will post back to let you know if it works. started AOL with no problem. navigate here I need to restore back to several months ago and don't know how to do it.

To manually update a driver, follow these steps: Click Start Type in devmgmt.msc in the search box Click devmgmt from results list Right-click on the driver To update the driver, select Does it restart? Even, Older windows 7 or XP users also may encounter this problem. Privacy Policy Terms of Use

PC Perspective Home Reviews News Forums Podcast HW Leaderboard SSD Decoder Graphics Cards Motherboards Cases/Cooling Processors Chipsets Memory Displays Systems Storage Mobile Shows/Expos User

You should have administrator access to your PC to do this method.At first go to RUN (Press Windows Logo + R), type services.msc and press enter.Now find Indexing service or Windows Search and double I then just deleted the instance from the aol directory and things were Ok again. djdrew Private E-2 I get a BSOD-bad pool header when I try and open AOL program. Register now to gain access to all of our features, it's FREE and only takes one minute.

Then select Command Prompt (Admin).Now, Type chkdsk /f C: and press Enter.Then type Y and press Enter.Now, Your PC will restart. New Member Topic Starter Member 4 posts anyone with idea on what to do? 0 #3 Ztruker Posted 04 June 2012 - 11:30 AM Ztruker Member 5k Technician 7,065 posts Completely djdrew, Jan 19, 2011 #6 satrow Major Geek Extraordinaire Sure, that's fine by me Don't forget to uncheck the CCleaner entry for minidumps, you may see slightly different issues and BSOD's It's also available for Windows XP and Windows Server.

Read more at Windows Recovery Disks.

If anyone has a better solution, please let me know. so this is the confusing part tried chkdsk, scanned with my antivirus, done driver verifier, even change the location of some files that i suspected.. I don't know where u are talking about unchecking the box. If you’d like to have a recovery USB instead, follow our instructions on how to make a recovery USB.

My real concern is the bad pool header - that is a computer malfunction, no? Click the Stop button as well as set Startup Type to Disabled, followed by pressing OK to save changes. I can open Mozzilla Firefox or Internet explorer all day long and no BSOD, with or without AOL installed on the system. Check out the forums and get free advice from the experts.

I disabled them, restarted, and no blue screen. But most of the times it is caused by corrupt windows registry. Register | Help What's New? Fixed this once when I read the virus software may be causing it.