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Since I switched to MBAM 3, I got four times a BSOD in Windows 7 and Windows 10.

BAD_POOL_HEADER is displayed on the screen.

Then I get a DMP-file of ~412MB, too large to attach on this forum-mail.

I attach the following files: Addition.txt, FRST.txt and MBAMservice.log.

Can someone tell me if this BSOD is indeed related to MBAM 3.

I hope it will be solved in a new version of MBAM 3.




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Reference: BSOD Minidump - Configure to Create in Windows 10

Hello Patrick_R:

Thank you for the attached data files.  Without an analysis of a relevant dump file, your question can not be answered with high confidence, yet the possibility of an MB3 relationship does exist.  

Please consider protecting the large memory dump(s) that have already been generated, and move them to a temporary location until their short-term value can be determined.

In the interim, please set your system(s) in question to produce a "Small memory dump" file per the reference above.  When a near future and closely related BSoD occurs, please attach the dump (.dmp) file(s) from "%SystemRoot%\Minidump" to a reply in this topic unless these instructions are superseded by only a Malwarebytes staffer.

Thank you always for your help.

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