WHS Backup and Avira virus-scan = Blue Screen

  Stonechatz 13:55 28 Aug 2010

I get the BSoD when using Windows Home Server to backup my IBM ThinkPad T42. The same also occurs whenever a virus-scan commences - using the Avira (free) a/v software.

  gengiscant 14:11 28 Aug 2010

What error codes are you getting with the BSOD's they normally start 0x********?

  Stonechatz 15:49 28 Aug 2010

Mini082810-02.dmp 28/08/2010 13:16:31
BAD_POOL_HEADER 0x00000019 0x00000020 0xe17f5810 0xe17f5830 0x0c040201 ntoskrnl.exe ntoskrnl.exe+5c826 NT Kernel & System

Microsoft® Windows® Operating System Microsoft Corporation 5.1.2600.5938 (xpsp_sp3_gdr.100216-1514) 32-bit C:\WINDOWS\Minidump\Mini082810-02.dmp 1 15 2600

  gengiscant 17:07 28 Aug 2010

Have a look here click here

  Stonechatz 19:03 28 Aug 2010

OK, one down, one to follow. Several people complained that Avira v10 gives the Bad Pool Header blue screen, and have reverted to Avira v9. I simply uninstalled Avira altogether, and now Avast is doing fine :)

However, the WHS backup - Bad Pool Header - error pesists...

  gengiscant 08:50 29 Aug 2010

One possibility is a problem with the keyboard, I can only suggest at the moment to insure that all the drivers are up to date. Which no doubt they are.
There is masses of info out there, but as with all these obscure and quite frankly ridiculous error codes/messages it is difficult to pinpoint the cause.
Most of the time the advice we get when faced with a BSOD is its a memory issue,the ram seems to get the blame most of the time.

I'm assuming you have run chkdsk and sfc/scannow.

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