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JerrBear

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  1. Alright, what do I do next? I would like to know before I delete my antiviruses so I can do it all at one time.
  2. Yes, it's just that it's been busy with my personal life and all. I disabled web protection so I don't get BSOD and I forgot all about it. I will try PM you the files.
  3. I've gotten blue screens "BAD_POOL_HEADER" and sometimes even "BAD_POOL_CALLER" (I don't know the difference). I always brushed them aside as they only happened once every month, randomly. I looked up how to solve this and have not found any recent solutions, just people saying they will inform the devs. PC Specs: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/9w83Vn I have fully updated drivers, and I just updated the BIOS too. In the attached image, you can see the WhoCrashed log. In the screenshot, two of the 3 crashes displayed have bad pool header errors. The other one has a bad pool caller error. All of them say the error is from Malware bytes web access control is at fault. I love Malware bytes. I don't want to stop using it, but these blue screens are unbearable. I manually updated Malware bytes at first because I thought that was the problem, however blue screens happen more frequently now. It is worth mentioning that it seems I have blue screens when using my main login account (standard user), rather than me admin accound (admin-user). I do this for security reasons, such as programs not downloading files without my permission (admin password). Thank you so much in advance, -Jerry
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