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'BAD_POOL_HEADER' message when try to install OA free version ?

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Getting WindowsXP blue screen white characters, 'BAD_POOL_HEADER' error message...

*** STOP: 0x00000019 (0x00000020, 0x88B89358, 0x88B839400, 0x0A15001)

...during scan of 'System files' when using Step-by-step wizard to install OA free version.

So far, tried twice, getting same message each time.

Thoughts ?

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Hello akm,

Could you please post the crash dump here (or send it to me via PM) ?

You can found information about how to configure and/or get crash dumps at:

http://support.emsis...f-blue-screens/

(Please make sure to enable "minidumps", not the full memory dumps ;))

Thanks in advance,

Thank you for the followup.

A photo copy of the error message is attached.

Am assuming the minidump file is C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\Mini052212-01.dmp (64kb) ?

Does BellaVista put it in a special form, or can it be analyzed directly ?

Would rather not load another program if not needed.

Let us know.

Thanks again.

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Hello akm,

Thanks for the photo.

But, I need the actual dump file(s) (yes, those in C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\) in order to see if it's caused by OA or not.

Thank you in advance,

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Hello akm,

Thanks for the photo.

But, I need the actual dump file(s) (yes, those in C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\) in order to see if it's caused by OA or not.

Thank you in advance,

Sent file with PM.

Hopefully what is needed.

Thanks again.

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Hello akm,

The dump analysis has shown 2 things:

1) The BSOD (blue screen) was most likely caused by mbam.sys driver which is a part of MBAM (I believe :))

2) You're using an unsupported OS (Windows XP SP2), so you won't be able to fully use OA because of lack of needed system components available in XP SP3.

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Hello akm,

The dump analysis has shown 2 things:

1) The BSOD (blue screen) was most likely caused by mbam.sys driver which is a part of MBAM (I believe :))

2) You're using an unsupported OS (Windows XP SP2), so you won't be able to fully use OA because of lack of needed system components available in XP SP3.

Thanks much !

Am having some other problems with the PC (cant get IE connection, flashes like starting and then get 'IE encountered a problem' standard error message, etc) so all-in-all maybe good time to try installing SP3.

Not sure what to do about te MBAM thing... ideas ?

Again, thanks for the info... may be back later :)

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