BAD_POOL_CALLER upon Startup.



LordArnold
07-10-2005, 12:49 AM
I searched this on the forums and found that it was driver failure. The
one problem is i cant access my computer, not even on safe mode.

One person mentioned faulty RAM which i know all about because it
happened to me. I bought some new RAM thinking it would fix the
problem, but the message still appears...

Looking at the bios options, i noticed the CPU temperature was 64
degrees C... Does anyone know if that's the problem, and could anyone
suggest a decent fan/heatsink.

Cheers very much.


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Rich Barry
07-10-2005, 12:49 AM
What type of Processor is your System using? Need more info to be of
any help. Motherboard etc. Although 64 is Hot
I don't think that is causing the error. Try the Memory you bought in
different Memory Slots one at a time.
"LordArnold" <LordArnold.1p2u5m@> wrote in message
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>
> I searched this on the forums and found that it was driver failure. The
> one problem is i cant access my computer, not even on safe mode.
>
> One person mentioned faulty RAM which i know all about because it
> happened to me. I bought some new RAM thinking it would fix the
> problem, but the message still appears...
>
> Looking at the bios options, i noticed the CPU temperature was 64
> degrees C... Does anyone know if that's the problem, and could anyone
> suggest a decent fan/heatsink.
>
> Cheers very much.
>
>
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> LordArnoldPosted from http://www.pcreview.co.uk/ newsgroup access
>

LordArnold
07-10-2005, 12:49 AM
It's an AMD Athlon XP 2000+


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Rich Barry
07-10-2005, 12:49 AM
I have a Athlon XP 2400 which runs at 62 C. But I'm using a EP-8K3A+
Motherboard that usually reports temps very
inaccurately on the High Side. But check here for a very good HSF.
ThermalRight SLK 800 Copper.
http://www.sharkeyextreme.com/guides/MHGSBG/article.php/10707_1962981__2

"LordArnold" <LordArnold.1p2u5m@> wrote in message
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>
> I searched this on the forums and found that it was driver failure. The
> one problem is i cant access my computer, not even on safe mode.
>
> One person mentioned faulty RAM which i know all about because it
> happened to me. I bought some new RAM thinking it would fix the
> problem, but the message still appears...
>
> Looking at the bios options, i noticed the CPU temperature was 64
> degrees C... Does anyone know if that's the problem, and could anyone
> suggest a decent fan/heatsink.
>
> Cheers very much.
>
>
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> LordArnoldPosted from http://www.pcreview.co.uk/ newsgroup access
>


BAD_POOL_CALLER upon Startup.