Windows XP PRO blue screen

By solution1976
Nov 11, 2007
  1. Hello everybody...

    Please I need really your help as i'm desperate with this proplem.
    I'm getting 4-5 times a day a blue screen on my laptop.
    I have checked my rams and there was no errors comming up on memmtest+.
    i have checked the harddick again no problems .
    what else should i do?
    On the blue screen it says PFN_LIST_CORRUPT
    As i understand this has to do with memmory.
    this also happens a lot when i shutdown windows .

    My computer is:
    Pentium dual core @1.86
    2Gb Ram kingstone
    HDD 80Gb
    Nvidia Geforce Go 7600

    Pls any help is welcome
    thank you very much in advance

    Ps: I've put 3 of my minidump files if it helps
    thanks again
  2. Route44

    Route44 TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 11,965   +69

    Your first two minidumps state the cause of your crashs is due to Memory Corruption. I know you ran MemTest but for how long? The minimum recommendation is 7 passes but I hold to a minimum of 10 passes as do many others.

    MemTest is a great tool but it is not perfect. I strongly suggest running MemTest on each stick of RAM individually.

    Your third minidump points to PavProc.sys which is a driver for Panda security. However, I would start first with more memory testing.
  3. peterdiva

    peterdiva TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 1,088

  4. solution1976

    solution1976 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    thanks alot for your answers..I did find something that could have helped .
    I looked and changed my vga drivers as thy were not from nvidia but from microsoft and since yesterday evening i didn't had any crash while the computer was running all night. Hope this is going to solve my problem.
    Thanks anyway for your help

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