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Originally Posted by Rick Rogers
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.
Best of Luck,
Rick Rogers, aka "Nutcase" - Microsoft MVP
Microsoft Most Valuable Professional
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"MegaBite" wrote in message
> "P.J." wrote:
>> 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
>> was restart then again repeats the same problem.
>> How to fix the error?
> Did you find an answer? I have the same problem.
Found it! One of two sticks of RAM were bad. Pulled it out and system works normally.