Quote: Originally Posted by r22hawk
Hi all - thanks for your help. I recently upgraded from Vista to Windows 7 Home Premium (64bit). All is well except when I try to copy&paste/move/delete anything from c: or c:/program files. Each instance results in the same BSOD: BAD_POOL_HEADER. Error code starts with: 0x19.
Is this an admin rights issue ? I don't see this for anything outside of c:/..
I've been considering reinstalling Windows 7 Upgrade, but I'm afraid I'll lose my data.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Hi and welcome.
It seems that your pool header is corrupted from the install.
Here is a MSN link but it doesn't say much. LINK
How much memory do you have?
The only suggestion that may work before considering a reinstall is to open the DOS command prompt "CMD" Run as Admin and type sfc /scannow
This scan key files and actually will repair them it it finds any incorrect.
Try this and then we can move on to other ideas.
If you can you can send a copy of your minidump file.
Anyone else have any suggestions?