- Dec 2, 2010
I received a new PC for work a month ago, and a week after I started to get frequent blue screens. The most repeated are PFN list corrupt and System thread exception not handled, but also got Kernel mode heap corruption, Driver Irq not less or equal and Internal power error. Of course, I have no idea whats in common among all those errors. I reainstalled the system and the errors persists, which leads me to think that it is a hardware problem, specially because during the travel the PC got hit so hard that even a heatsink in the motherboard (an ASUS Rog Zenith Extreme Alpha) got bent in a corner. But my boss insists that it is not a hardware problem, but something that I installed that infected the PC, or some driver installed by DriverPack. He used the PC without problems for a week in USA before bringing it, and problems stated here, when we added a couple of additional cards (ESATA and SATA expansions) and a dozen hard drives. For him, definitely is not hardware or the hit, he thinks that if the motherboard is broken, it works or it doesnt and the errors prove that (some website says that the Power error can even be caused by a virus). Any suggestion about what can be wrong here?