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Robin. Well, I think I might have figured out something. The backups were running with no errors before, then the PC had an update to the hard drive which was larger then the original and that is when the BSOD started (I am just trying to help someone out with the problem). Why would a new drive cause a problem?? All other applications are running with absolutely NO problems!

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Thanks for this tip. I have spent a month trying to prevent BSOD (Bad_Pool_Header) occuring as Retrospect Express starts. It started crashing (about 50% of the time) after replacing my hard drive (needed more space).

Finally I seem to have cracked it using Master Boot Record (MBRFix). Ran it from the Command Prompt while Windows (XP Home SP3) was running. No problem.


Thanks again.



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