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BSOD: BAD_POOL_HEADER ntoskrnl.exe

BSOD Details
Hello,
I am as new as they come to this site, so if I have broken any protocol I apologize in advance.  Currently my PC gives me a BSOD about once a day or every other day.  I think that I have tracked the problem down to being a bad driver, quite possibly the touchpad driver for my laptop.  I have included a screenshot of the details of the BSOD, and would appreciate any help that someone could give me.  Thanks in advance.

Will
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wkalies
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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
It is a driver, not handling kernel memory correctly. Can you associate the BSOD with any action, like playing a video?
We might be able to provide more details if you post the dump file (as attachment) here. You might want to ZIP it first.
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nobusCommented:
find the dmp file in windows\minidumps - and no need to zip
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wkaliesITAuthor Commented:
HD died yesterday and am getting a different pc, so this should no longer be an issue.  Thank you gentlemen for your assistance though.
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wkaliesITAuthor Commented:
problem was resolved by replacing pc, pc had bad hd
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nobusCommented:
tx for posting that info!
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