Windows 7 - PFN_LIST_CORRUPT?

Asked By P on 27-Sep-07 05:46 PM
During start up / booting on of my system, it goes to blue screen and have an
error message PFN_LIST_CORRUPT. What does it mean? Automatically, my system
was restart then again repeats the same problem.

How to fix the error?




Malke replied on 27-Sep-07 07:38 PM
Asked and answered in the other newsgroup to which you posted. Please
don't multipost; it makes more work for everyone and will get you *less*
help, not more. See this for why:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crossposting

If you have forgotten where you posted or can't find your post, use
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MegaBit replied on 26-Jan-08 11:26 AM
Did you find an answer?  I have the same problem.
Mark replied on 26-Jan-08 11:43 AM
Google:
http://www.osronline.com/article.cfm?article=334
Rick Rogers replied on 26-Jan-08 12:05 PM
Hi,

It's a driver error, and the one that is causing it needs to be either
disabled or updated to a Vista-compatible one. When did the problem start
for you? Likely this will be a clue as to which driver it is. If you
recently updated a driver via Windows Update, then go to Safe mode and use
the driver rollback feature.

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bourbonman replied to P on 06-May-10 09:33 PM
error message PFN_LIST_CORRUPT

I have yet to find the answer to this dilema and it is driving me nuts
P4 2,8 intel
Vista Ultimate
Old intel Bonanza board
Anybody stear me in the right dirrection, Thanks


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Frank Drew Leyda replied to bourbonman on 06-May-10 10:29 PM
http://www.osronline.com/article.cfm?article=334