Hum your bsod occurs generally when there is a problem with ram.
Check in the bios if they are configured properly following their specs and test it with memtest86+.
from your question about the BSOD code..
i definately knew there is something going on with the ram..
as i would like to say aomething,
PLease dun use 3rd party rams such as Kingston and etc.. (although yes, there is claim that they are 1st party)
however, in future
try using Crucial rams.. check it out at www.crucial.com..
Crucial make hardcore solid rams with "crucial label on the IC chip"..
overall... get a better performance ram..
Dun get such KVR or etc
How can it be the ram I ran memtest86+ for over 10 hours and it came out crystal clear. I am going to try install vista on it and see if its the operating system. And now today I got nonstop blue screens it gets to the desktop and then boom PFN_LIST_CORRUPT 0x000004E then BAD_POOL_HEADER 0x00000019 then REFERANCE_POINT 0x00000014 then 0x000007E I researched them and cant seem to find any specifics other then it could be driver failure?