We can say Bad Pool error is a critical system error in Windows 10. It shows Blue Screen of Death, sometimes called as, STOP Screen, discards any unsaved work and restarts your computer. Have you tried a couple of random solutions from the Internet but nothing seems to work? You’ve come to the right place. We assure you won’t be disappointed with plenty of unwanted technical information. No matter whether you’re a computer expert or a layman user, you can quickly and safely follow these solutions at your home.
You’re just 3 steps away from fixing this problem…
1. Download and install the Diagnostic
2. Run full scan
3. Perform system clean-up & repair
Estimated download time: 10 Seconds
Update Device Drivers
In most of the cases reported, this issue was caused due to outdated device drivers – software that facilitate communication between your operating system and hardware. Update the device drivers using the Free Wise Driver Care. Restart your computer after successful completion.
Resolve Issues with Windows Search Service
Bad Pool error occurs due to conflicts with the Windows Search service. Windows Search service maintains an index of all files stored on your hard disk, changes in the file contents. It was previously called as Indexing Service in Windows Vista and earlier versions of Windows.
1. Press Windows Key + R to open the Run dialog box.
2. Type services.msc in the dialog box, click OK.
3. Scroll down the page.
4. Right click Windows Search; choose Properties from the context menu.
5. It opens a new dialog. Set Startup Type to Disabled.
6. Click Apply, and then OK.
7. Restart your computer.
Use Advanced Startup
In Windows 10 the boot options are consolidated into a single menu. Bad Pool Error can be resolved using Advanced Startup.
1. Click the Start button, and then Settings.
2. Click Update and Security icon.
3. Click the Recovery tab.
4. Click the Restart Now button under Advanced Startup category.
Disable Fast Startup
The Fast Startup technology was introduced in late 2012. It boots your PC quicker than the standard mode as it saves system information to a file during the shutdown interval. If your computer isn’t functioning properly due to Fast Startup feature, try disabling it.
1. Type Power Options in the Search Box on your Taskbar.
2. Click Change plan settings link ahead of your existing plan.
3. Click Change advanced power settings link.
4. It opens a new dialog named Power Options. Click the link called Change settings that are currently unavailable.
5. Expand Change what the power buttons do node.
6. Disable the Fast Startup under Shutdown Settings.
7. Click Apply, and then OK.
Use the Check Disk Command
Check Disk tool detects hard disk issues that cause Bad Pool error. It fixes logical file system errors that prevent loading information from system files.
1. Open elevated Command Prompt. To do so, press Windows Key + X; choose Command Prompt (Admin).
2. Execute below command:
- Chkdsk /f C:
(In case Windows is stored in another partition, replace C: with the actual drive letter)
3. A prompt appears, type Y and press ENTER.
4. It will reboot your computer. Let the drive scan and repair process complete.
Perform Memory Diagnostic
Sometimes the error is caused by faulty Random Access Memory (RAM). The tool will automatically perform several memory tests when you restart your computer.
1. Press Windows Key + X; choose Control Panel.
2. Click the System and Security icon, and then Administrative Tools.
3. Double click on Windows Memory Diagnostic icon.
4. Click Restart now and check for memory problems button.