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Windows 7: BSOD BAD_POOL_CALLER on Restart and strange CPU TMPIN3 readings.

03 Dec 2016   #1

Windows 7 x64
BSOD BAD_POOL_CALLER on Restart and strange CPU TMPIN3 readings.

So this is just 1 event in a very long string of them. I decided to downgrade windows 10 to windows 7 yesterday as i didnt like the performance i was getting in games such as seemingly random FPS drops out of nowhere for no reason in CSGO and EVE despite there being no background processes, with updated clean installed drivers, ect. After i installed windows 7 without issue i noticed when i checked bios and hardware monitor that my CPU temp was sitting at 100 degrees Celsius and my TMPIN3 was 100 degrees Celsius. It would start at around 80 degrees and just climb till it maxed out at 100, but i figured it would have shut down if the temp was really that high or i would feel heat accumulating in the case but i did not. I used an infrared laser thermometer and periodically shined it on my Water cooler and various areas of the mobo like the bridge to test if there were heat issues or fluctuations, all read normal around the 30 degrees celsius mark. Im also 100 percent sure that its not the heatsink or paste or anything of that nature as it only started this after win 7 install, my case is also dust free. So i did some research and heard some people say reflash the bios they could be corrupted, so i got the latest bios and drivers from MSI suite and installed all of them to no avail. I then started to install windows updates and noticed i was getting this BAD_POOL_CALLER issue as the updates were finished and it was trying to boot into the desktop. It has done this a few different times now, mem test and disk test both found no issues. I have to say at this point im at a complete loss. All i could think of was to come upload my dump file that i set up to be created after this became a frequent thing. Also a thing to note, i tried to go back to windows 10 to see if it was something with win 7 and it wont get through the installation, said it couldnt copy files or something like that after the 2nd boot process around 80 percent in the installation.

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