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Windows 7: Unpredictable BSOD, "PFN_LIST_CORRUPT"

11 Nov 2011   #1
NightKev

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 
Unpredictable BSOD, "PFN_LIST_CORRUPT"

Recently, after installing an extra 8GB of ram (I made sure it was the same freq and CAS timings before I got it) and a new SSD to use for boot/system files, I've been getting random BSODs (the latest was "PFN_LIST_CORRUPT", unsure about the earlier ones). I first ran memtest86+ fully twice, and it reported no errors, so I set my old HDD back to the boot drive and disabled the SSD via device manager, but the BSODs still happen. Not sure where to go from here.

Full system info in the system specs profile page thing, if they're not in either of the reports.


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11 Nov 2011   #2
chimpindistress

Windows 7 64 bit
 
 

posted my problem 30 minutes ago
after getting the same bsod 6 times in a row just before windows started up
i removed one ram stick and tested
found a possible faulty ram (brand new) and removed it
windows is now able to load
will stress the RAM if i get another blue screen
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