Pfn_list_corrupt windows 7

how do i solve this problem, i have tried every thing like formating the c drive(os drive)and even my entire disk. does this occur due to hardware incompatibilities??? help me please!
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  1. Bug Check 0x4E: PFN_LIST_CORRUPT

    mahi_16 said:
    how do i solve this problem, i have tried every thing like formating the c drive(os drive)and even my entire disk. does this occur due to hardware incompatibilities??? help me please!
  2. Possible memory error is the most likely cause, especially if it persists after a clean format. Run memtest86/Prime95 [Blend test] to validate RAM.
  3. Agreed, loosen the ram timings in the bios and test overnight or longer with memtest86. I had a machine that would do this after extended periods of high load playing Everquest. Memtest86 eventually did show a sticky bit of ram after running it for 2 days. Gamerk316 is most likely correct.
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