Blue screen error “DRIVER_CORRUPTED_EXPOOL” commonly occurs on Windows 10. If your computer crashes at any time due to this error, it must be very annoying. The cause is most likely a driver that has corrupted system pool. Fixing the problematic drivers can resolve the problem. Try solutions below.
The error message may appear like this:
If you can’t start Windows 10 successfully, enter Safe Mode then do the actions in Safe Mode.
Solution 1: Uninstall the problematic drivers
Go to Device Manager and find out the faulty drivers. The device with a yellow sign on it has faulty driver. Then follow steps below to uninstall the driver.
1. In Device Manager, right click on the device with a yellow sign and click Uninstall. (Repeat this for each driver that has driver problem.)
2. Restart your computer then Windows will reload the driver automatically.
Solution 2: Check for updated drivers on the manufacturer’s website
If uninstalling drivers doesn’t work, update the drivers. Go to your PC manufacturer’s website and check for the driver updates. Manufacturer would release new drivers in order to fix some bugs. Download and install the new drivers.
If you have difficulty with updating drivers manually, you can use Driver Easy to help you. Driver Easy will scan your computer and detect all problem drivers, then give you a list of new drivers. So if the DRIVER_CORRUPTED_EXPOOL problem is caused by a faulty driver, you can use Driver Easy to fix it quickly. You can use Driver Easy Free version to update the drivers, but with the Professional version, you can enjoy free technical support guarantee. If Driver Easy doesn’t help resolve the problem, you can contact our support team for further assistance. For more information about Professional version, please visit here.
Solution 3: Remove faulty software
If the problem occurred after you installed any new software, it most probably was caused by these software. Remove them and see if the problem persists.