Bug Check 0x13A: KERNEL_MODE_HEAP_CORRUPTION
The KERNEL_MODE_HEAP_CORRUPTION bug check has a value of 0x0000013A. This indicates that the kernel mode heap manager has detected corruption in a heap.
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Type of corruption detected0x3 : A corrupt entry header was detected. 0x4 : Multiple corrupt entry headers were detected. 0x5 : A corrupt entry header in a large allocation was detected. 0x6 : A corruption was detected with features consistent with a buffer overrun. 0x7 : A corruption was detected with features consistent with a buffer underrun. 0x8 : A free block was passed to an operation that is only valid for busy blocks. 0x9 : An invalid argument was specified for the current operation. 0xA : A corruption was detected with features consistent with a use-after-free error. 0xB : The wrong heap was specified for the current operation. 0xC : A corrupt free list was detected. 0xD : The heap detected list corruption in a list other than the free list.
|2||Address of the heap that reported the corruption|
|3||Address at which the corruption was detected|