PFN_ List_Corrupt usually points to system memory corruption or an unstable overclock on the CPU or system memory. Download Memtest and use it to check each memory stick on your system individually for errors.
Thanks for the reply amdmatt,
My CPU is not overclocked
My memory is set to the specified settings (to the best of my ability and knowledge lol)
I did run the memtest86 program for the full duration - all 18 hours! But with both ram sticks in at the time.
It returned no errors.
I have been looking into the thought that it may be a bad driver but when i run driver verifier (excluding the microsoft drivers) my PC locks up in a muticoloured screen. No BSOD but i have to restart it and cancel the test or it continues.
Also, I see this in the windows reliability log almost on a daily basis -
"Windows Installer reconfigured the product. Product Name: Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 x64 Redistributable - 10.0.40219. Product Version: 10.0.40219. Product Language: 0. Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation. Reconfiguration success or error status: 0."
The PFN_LIST_CORRRUPT error is yet another error that causes the Blue screen of Death (BSOD) in Windows 10. Some users may also experience this error on other Windows operating systems if there’s some major issue in the system.
There can be many reasons why the list is corrupt, here are a few of them:
- Outdated and Faulty drivers. You need to update your drivers, to fix this issue
- Windows version is not Updated
- Virus and Antivirus problems
- The hard drive is corrupt
following methods to fix the PFN_LIST_CORRUPT error:
- Press Ctrl+Shift+Esc to open the Task Manager
- Click on More Details at the bottom
- Click on the Startup tab, you’ll now see a list of application
- Search for Microsoft OneDrive, right-click on it and select the Disable option
- Now, restart your PC and check whether the OneDrive service is disabled