I have a problem. I have not played my 2004 MS flight sim in awhile, so the other day I decided to play and the game starts off fine but as soon as I pull the yoke back and the plane leaves the ground the computer would reboot. I set the option to display the error code instead of rebooting and I receive the following message BAD_HEADER_POOL I went into MS CONFIG and unchecked MAPPING INDEXING and then got the error message BAD_HEADER_CALL So I switch back on the mapping index and from what I gather I have a bad or conflicting device driver. I know since the last time I actually played flight sim I have installed the following: DIAMOND PCI 7.1 EXTREEM SOUND CARD/ MEMOREX DUAL LAYER DVD BURNER that also came with NERO burning software BTW Nero always has an error when burning DVD's but that’s all I have changed with the computer and before that flight sim worked great. I tried to update all current drivers for the above mention items and all are updated or I already have the most current version. So at this point I'm at a loss as what to do now. Any help or ideas?
Here is the complete error message I receive on the blue screen:
STOP: 0X00000019 (0X00000020, 0X85A19710, 0X85A19848, 0X0A227001)
BEGINNING DUMP OF PHYSICAL MEMORY
PHYSICAL MEMORY DUMP COMPLETE
AMD Athlon xp 2500+
1.83 Ghz 1Gig RAM
Nivida Elsa Galadic 6800 vid card
Soyo K7V Dragon MOB
200 GB HD
Moderator Edit: Moved topic to more appropriate forum. ~ Animal
Edited by Animal, 17 February 2007 - 06:46 PM.