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Windows 7: Bad_Pool_Header BSOD; no real reason for it

04 Oct 2012   #11
Rufin

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 

All right, I return. S
o, I'd been having blue screens on my newly built computer for a while now. These always occurred shortly after entering WoW and randomly while on other games (Diablo 3, Supreme Commander, and Black and White 2 [the god game, not Pokemon] all suffered as well). Occasionally they would occur when browsing the internet but this happened only twice I believe.
A list of what I can remember being problems:
Bad_Pool_Header
0x3b
0x24
System_Service_Exception
0x7
0x0c5
IRQL_Not_Equal
Memory_Management

There were probably others.

ANYWAYS

Today the computer told me my Hard Drive was screwed and to back up my data before shutting down. So I shut it down, and now when I log onto my OS (Windows 7) I get to my desktop for a second before the computer shuts down and I get "No Signal" from the monitor.

This all brings me to my grand question: Is there a high likelihood that it was my HDD that was causing the BSODs, or is there still a possibility it was my RAM or something?


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