How to fix the driver page error in the freed special pool error in Windows 10

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When you have a computer, it's important to be able to take care of every little thing. Any failure event, or the time it has been used, as well as the way it has been used, can completely affect the performance or the total duration of the failure.

For this reason, you must always be on the lookout for any errors that might occur, such as one blue screen of death. These screens often pop up unexpectedly when a catastrophic error occurs and are often a real headache when you have to go through them all.



In the case of blue screen errors, these are usually due to a level fault hardware and software. In short, a bit of everything. And that is precisely why we need to be on guard against them and know how to respond to them so that we never have the same problem again.

Also, today we will talk about how to fix the notorious error of the blue screen “Error Driver Page Fault in FreedSpecial Pool”. It can be a bit complicated and annoying, but if you follow what we will tell you below, you should be able to fix it in minutes, so get to work!

The obvious choice

As we said before, most blue screen errors are generally caused by hardware and software failures, so it's important to always take precautions in this regard. The best thing you can do to avoid a mistake like this is to update Windows 10 as often as possible.

All kinds of bug fixes of various kinds are often included in updates. Every time you update, you'll be several steps away from a blue screen error, so don't take updates lightly.



Also, you have to do the same with the drivers. This is an error which is usually caused by conflicts between hardware and software due to a faulty driver or obsolete.

Therefore, you should manually update each driver by going directly to the manufacturer page for each and downloading the latest version. On this, we point out that you update the wireless network card driver. This is because many users report that the problem is present.

Going for other options

In case the above doesn't help you much, you always have other options that you can choose to be able to opt for. The first is being able to perform a blue screen analysis via Windows 10 itself.

Just enter the Windows 10 settings, enter the section " updates and security "And then in the part" diagnosis of the problem ". Now, select the blue screen error and start with the diagnosis. You just have to follow the instructions that appear on the screen so that you can get an optimal result.

Now, if the above didn't work for you, you can always do a few small scans through the command symbols. Just open a command window as administrator and enter the following command: sfc / scannow.


Depending on your equipment, the scan or diagnosis can take a long time, so relax or do something else in the meantime. Once the scan finds a solution, it will apply it automatically. You should just restart your computer.

You can also enter the following command in a Command Prompt window like you could do to run a DISM: DISM / Online / Cleanup-Image / RestoreHealth. Again, just wait to see if it resolves or not to reboot.


Finally, if none of this works, it's probably a good idea to remove some programs that cause system conflicts. Among users it is rumored that antivirus can cause this problem, like Kaspersky.

However, it has also been documented that Razer's gaming program, RazerOverlaySupport, causes conflicts that end in this blue screen.


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