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Windows 7: Bsod - pfn_list_corrupt

23 Oct 2014   #11
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300 Watts only.

Attachment 337975

Too poor. It is never a good PSU. Get a new one of at least 600 watts.

A PSU is the most important piece of the hardware. Never use a China made or local made one. Opt for Cooler Master.
Corsair is a good choice, too.

If you cannot do what is shown in the video yourself, get it done by somebody who can.


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24 Oct 2014   #12
sachu21

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Thanx Arc for the support!

If i buy it online, can i myself will be able to replace the component? or technical assistance will be required?

what all problem can happen if i continue with the same PSU?
thanx

Also this one http://www.amazon.in/Gigabyte-Superb...pr_product_top
is it compatible with my system? thanx a lot!
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24 Oct 2014   #13
Boozad

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24 Oct 2014   #14
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sachu21 View Post
If i buy it online, can i myself will be able to replace the component? or technical assistance will be required?
Can you seat a computer?
PSU spreads the wires to many a places and it should be done perfectly. If you can do it, go for it. Or take the help of a local tech.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sachu21 View Post
what all problem can happen if i continue with the same PSU?
Not only the chance of present BSODs will continue, but also hardware erosion will continue.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sachu21 View Post
Also this one Gigabyte Superb E620 GENUINE 600Watt SMPS 600W for i5: Amazon.in: Electronics
is it compatible with my system? thanx a lot!
Both of us (boozad and me) opted for Corsair ... there is a good reason.

The gigabyte one will be compatible there, but corsair or cooler master will be better choice, IMHO.
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27 Oct 2014   #15
sachu21

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Thanks a lot Arc.
Thanks a lot!! :-)
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27 Oct 2014   #16
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