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Originally posted by haven123
reply to post by Biigs
you cant do anything when this blue screen full of codes there aint even a curser so im douting i could even screenshot to get the code
Originally posted by Biigs
reply to post by PhoenixOD
you can turn the auto restart off, right click "my computer" and click advanced settings, then "start up and recovery" settings, and uncheck automatically reset. this setting in nearly all versions of windows, but its location moves around, the above route is for windows 7.
Then you can leave it up there till you have the info (using your phone camera works pretty good for making this easy) and reset it when you are ready to.
STOP: 0x00000019 (0x00000000, 0xC00E0FF0, 0xFFFFEFD4, 0xC0000000) BAD_POOL_HEADER
.. Stop error occurs when the kernel (area of memory in windows), or a driver running in kernel mode, encounters any error from which it cannot recover. This is usually caused by an illegal operation being performed, where the only safe action the operating system can take is to restart the computer.
Typically, the 0x000000e1 error code is often brought on by Microsoft Windows system file damage. Damaged system files are often a real hazard to the well being of your laptop or computer.
There can be lots of situations that will trigger file errors. A partial install, an incomplete file deletion, improper erasure of software applications or hardware. It can also be caused if your personal computer is infected by a trojan or adware invasion or through an incorrect shutdown of the computer system. The aforementioned actions can end up in the removal or corruption of Windows system data files. A corrupted system file will give you missing and incorrectly connected data and records vital for the correct functioning of the system.