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Old 5th April, 2005, 03:11 AM
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Originally Posted by ronb62
Problem: Crashes during startup
Error: Blue screen PFN_LIST_CORRUPTED
STOP (0x0000008F,,0x00433132,0x00073132,0x000000000)

Will only start in safe mode.
Have tried:
Restore point to previous day ( now there are no previous ones when there were loads before I Restored),
Choosing last known good config during stat up,
Using msconfig and deselecting everything during strt up,
Using control panel /system/ hardware/device manger and uninstalling everything system related drivers and restarting,
Deleting Pagefile, restarting , recreating new one on different drive, restarting,

There is no option in bios to disable caching or shadowing

Using start /run “verifier” and restarting gives following fault (blue screen STOP)
System is attempting to access memory beyond the end of the allocation
(system driver issue)
STO 0x00000000 CD ( 0x93FA7000,0x00000000,0x80529f47,0x00000000)


Further attempts give same message different number for first item in brackets vis 94743000 or 80529F47 or 90f41000

Having turned off verifier fault report reverts to PFN (page frame Number) list corrupted.

Fault occurred whilst playing MSflight sim2004 with PMDG simulations addon running, I pressed NUMLOCK key so I could alter ailerons and it crashed.

System is home built XP pro SP2, MOBO= Gigabyte K8Triton GA-K8NF-9
Ati radeon X800XT PCI video card. 2 gig sys mem (GEIL), 2x150 gig Raid 0 serial ATA.

It is bang up to date with windows updates and has Norton 2005 antivirus and internet protection also bang up to date.


How do I fix it.
i.e can page frame list be repaired, rebuilt.
Please don’t say reformat and reinstall, it would take weeks to get it back

Thanx RON
Hi Ron,

Seems like memory to me, 2 gigs of Geil huh? What config are you using? I'm running Geil too. Used to get stop errors also. Got it under control by upping DIMM voltage to 2.7. Give it a try. GL

P.S. Found this . So you may want to try Memtest 86 too.
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