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Fix Driver Corrupted Expool Error on Windows

Experiencing the DRIVER_CORRUPTED_EXPOOL Error? This error is mainly caused due to issues with device drivers on Windows.

This indicates that the system is trying to access invalid memory at a process IRQL that is too high and a driver becomes incompatible with the operating system.

Here are some solutions to help you fix the DRIVER CORRUPTED EXPOOL Error.

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1. System Restore

Use the System Restore on your PC to get back to a previously set stable state.

2. Run Blue Screen Troubleshooter

Run the Blue Screen Troubleshooter. The easy to run built-in Troubleshooter fixes BSODs automatically.

Microsoft has an online Windows 10 Blue Screen Troubleshooter wizard that will help novice users fix their Stop Errors.

It also offers helpful links along the way.

3. Uninstall Faulty Drivers

First, you have to start by pressing the WINKEY + R button together to start the Run box and type in devmgmt.msc and then hit/click Enter.

This will open the Device Manager. If your computer has any faulty drivers, the driver’s icon will be marked with a yellow exclamation mark.

Right click on the drivers that have these Yellow exclamations, and then click on Uninstall.

After the driver has been uninstalled, reboot your computer, the computer will then reinstall the driver itself.

4. Reset Windows

You can try and Reset This PC feature in Windows 10.

Maybe also try the Refresh Windows Tool from Microsoft.

5. How To Check If Bios Is Corrupted, Update Bios

This method is not recommended as the BIOS is a sensitive part of a computer, and if you are not very familiar with this, rather don’t do it.

If you go ahead with this option, you should be very cautious when doing modifications to the BIOS or anything in it.

If you decide to proceed to update the BIOS. You can do this by pressing WINKEY + R button simultaneously and the Run box will pop up.

Type in msinfo32 and press Enter. This command will open the System Information. You will see a search field at the bottom; search for BIOS Version and then press Enter.

You will then be able to see the version and developer of the BIOS installed on your computer.

Once you have done this go to the manufacturer’s website to get the latest version of the BIOS and download it to your computer.

If you are using a laptop, keep it plugged in until the BIOS updated is fully installed.

DBL-Click on the downloaded file and install the new version of the BIOS. Reboot your computer once completed for the changes to take effect.

6.Update Device Drivers

Make sure that the latest updated devices drivers are installed on your computer system.