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BGord
Beginner
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BSOD when using programmer

Hi all,

Wondering if anybody has experienced this issue, or has any suggestions on how to fix it

 

I'm using Quartus Prime Lite Edition 16.1 and I've just started having an issue when trying to load the compiled program onto the fpga board (EP4CE22F17C6) causes my PC to BSOD with the error code PFN LIST CORRUPT.

 

I've tried a few solutions such as a complete reinstall, updating windows, with no progress.

 

It seemed to have started randomly, as it did previously work, and as far as I know there were no changes to the system, install or any new programs or drivers

 

Any help would be much appreciated :)

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Tricky
New Contributor II
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Have you tried using a different version? 18.0 is available now.

Otherwise, have you tried checking that your RAM and HDD is not bad?

 

https://www.drivereasy.com/knowledge/fix-pfn-list-corrupt-error-on-windows-solved/

BGord
Beginner
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Unfortunately I've gotta stick to 16.1 as I'm using this for Uni work and it's the version they use on campus :/ I've already tried those fixes (Other than the ram one I think) to no avail :( I've done all of these fixes (https://win10faq.com/pfn_list_corrupt-error-in-windows-10-how-to-fix/) but nothing helped

sstrell
Honored Contributor II
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I'm assuming you're using JTAG and some form of USB Blaster to program the device. Have you successfully installed the drivers and does the device show up in the Programmer? When exactly do you blue screen, when you click the Start button?

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