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"PC locks up forces restart drivers updated fresh windows 10 install BSOD errors PFNLISTCorrupt Page Fault nonpaged area", This all started when I upgraded from my HDD to SSD. About once a month or so I would get a random BSOD with my HDD and I noticed that it was starting to slow down as this PC is about four years old so I figured I would invest in an SSD since I was going to have to reinstall windows most likely to get rid of the BSOD's on my HDD. So I bought a new SSD and reinstalled a clean version of windows. In the process of doing all this I decided to upgrade my BIOS firmware (mainly because it wasn't recognizing my keyboard before windows splash screen) which fixed that problem. After everything was installed and all my programs were back on the clean install about two or three times a day, at no specific time or specific program open, my PC would freeze and lock up completely. my keyboard and mouse were unresponsive and I would hear the last second of sound repeated in my headphones very loudly. the monitors displayed the last image right before the freeze happened. The only way to fix the problem was to do a hard reboot. Let me also say that while my PC is running everything seems to be working smoothly. I don't see any lag or any issues running multiple programs. Runs fine. Along with those type of freezes that happen two or three times a day. I also get BSOD's about once every other day. Seems to be a different error message with each one. A couple of the error message I have received before are "PFN LIST CORRUPT" and "PAGE FAULT IN NONPAGED AREA". Based on my research both of those are related to my page file.

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