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Windows 7: BAD_POOL_HEADER with ext3 driver

10 Apr 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 & Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat Beta
 
 
BAD_POOL_HEADER with ext3 driver

Once again, I have a BSoD issue. And I suspect it has to do with my ext3 driver. So I was in Windows Explorer and I clicked on my linux partition. I have my /home folder in a separate partition, to make it easier to upgrade, so I was looking for the /home folder. Then... it freezes and gives a BSoD with BAD_POOL_HEADER and it says it is generating the crash dump files, then reboots.

I said it most likely has to do with the ext3 driver.

So when I try to boot up again, I'll do what I always do after a BSoD: run the memory diagnostics and leave the computer till I need it. I am wondering: should I remove the driver ? On that subject, I also have an Apple official HFS+ driver installed but that seems to have no effect. I have no crash dump in \Windows\Minidump but here is the one from the last time (change the extension to .dmp):

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10 Apr 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate - 64-bit | Windows 8 Pro - 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by palz View Post
Once again, I have a BSoD issue. And I suspect it has to do with my ext3 driver. So I was in Windows Explorer and I clicked on my linux partition. I have my /home folder in a separate partition, to make it easier to upgrade, so I was looking for the /home folder. Then... it freezes and gives a BSoD with BAD_POOL_HEADER and it says it is generating the crash dump files, then reboots.

I said it most likely has to do with the ext3 driver.

So when I try to boot up again, I'll do what I always do after a BSoD: run the memory diagnostics and leave the computer till I need it. I am wondering: should I remove the driver ? On that subject, I also have an Apple official HFS+ driver installed but that seems to have no effect. I have no crash dump in \Windows\Minidump but here is the one from the last time (change the extension to .dmp):
Hello Mate !!

Well the problem is not clear. Windows didn't catch the exact driver that is causing the problem. So i would recommend to run the Driver Verifier so it would Nail the exact driver that has cause the problem.

Follow the instrcutions in this link Using Driver Verifier to identify issues with Drivers

Hope this helps,
Captain
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