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Windows 7: BSOD as soon Windows Loads, error pfn_list_corrupt and others

17 Apr 2016   #1
W1ndowssucks

Windows 7 Pro 64Bit
 
 
BSOD as soon Windows Loads, error pfn_list_corrupt and others

Hi all,

Im new to this forum but have come on here to get info before and it has helped. So my borther and I built a computer some 6 years ago, he did most of the building I just play all the games on it. Recently I decided to upgrade to windows 10 from my existing windows 7 64bit OS, which in high insight was a big mistake, had loads of issues with the OS all the time until I gave up and rolled back to my Windows 7 Pro, I actually wiped everything on the RAID drive for the OS and started again as I was coming across issues doing a re-install.

Anyway since I did the fresh Windows 7 Pro 64bit install all i get is loads of BSOD's usually a few minutes after windows loads and it is very annoying. Im pretty sure that its a driver issue but cant seem to pinpoint exactly what driver is causing the BSOD, i get various ones mainly PFN list corrupt but also a few others. I have run a memtest86 on all the RAM to eliminate this i left it for 24hours it did nearly 9 passes on the RAM and found nothing. I must say i have spent countless hours trying to resolve this with various methods but nothing seems to work for me.

I have saved the most recent minidump files and was wondering if someone could kindly take a look at it and see if they can find anything??

Thanks in advance


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19 Apr 2016   #2
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