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  1. #1
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    Jan 2005

    Bad_Pool_Header 0x00000019

    My problem started since I installed Service Pack 2 on my Windows XP system. As per configuration my system is running on Intel P4 3Ghz CPU, Gigabyte 8KNXP rev2 Mobo, 300MB RAIDed (stripe) C:, 300MB RAIDed (stripe) D:, Radeon 9800Pro VC, Antec 450W PSU, 2 x 512MB DDR400 Ram, NEC DVDRW-DL. I am using this since several months with Nero as my one of the important professional tool and never had any problem. Two weeks ago I installed SP2 and since then whenever I try using Nero, I get Blue Scree. On the restart when I check Event Viewer, this is what I get listed over there:

    “Event viewer entry: The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x00000019 (0x00000020, 0x85f6c940, 0x85f6c9f0, 0x1a16000a). A dump was saved in: C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\Mini021905-09.dmp.”

    This happens each time I launch Nero, remember this was not the problem before installing Nero. Apart from this, another problem I am facing is, no matter I use Nero or not, atleast once a day I get Bluescreen on its own. Does anyone else thinks the problem is because of Nero? I doubt because I have one more system running with XP and Nero and I already SPE installed on the same but never had any such problem. Its been a month I updated the same with Service Pack 2 and use Nero as well, fortunately no BSOD so far.

    I don’t think it can be due to drivers as well because while troubleshooting these BSODs I also updated entire system driver but the problem remains. Do anyone of you have any idea what could be the problem and how can I fix the same? Is reverting back and uninstalling SP2 is the only solution for this?

  2. #2
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    Sep 2005

    Re: Bad_Pool_Header 0x00000019

    Hello friend, i dont think it is because of SP2 because there are millions of people using the same and nobody have reported the same so far. Anyways, what you can do is try disabling xp cd burning, also remove Built in CD burning.

    Apart from that, you should also try out the following changes in Group Policy editor. Go to Start > Run > gpedit.msc. Navigate to the following location:

    User Configuration --> Administrative Templates --> Windows Explorer

    Look for Remove CD Burning Features and double click on it. Choose enabled and apply

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jan 2005

    Re: Bad_Pool_Header 0x00000019

    Thank you very much for the help anshusehgal but i have already tried that fix but yet no success. I found that fix on a website and according to them i even edited the specific entry for this in the registry, yes it disables the drives doing it either way but still has not helped or fixed the problem at all.

    Anyways, as i have spend enough time on the same and dint found any working solution, i simply uninstalled SP2 and reverted back to SP1 which has fixed the problem completely. No more BSODs or any issue with nero

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