How McAfee Helps to Fix PFN LIST Corrupt Window 11 Error?

In some cases, customers encounter PFN LIST CORRUPT issue in Window 11 due to defective drivers. To fix this issue, you should update your drivers and scan the device for viruses with McAfee antivirus via www.mcafee.com/activate. In this blog, you will read the method to fix PFN LIST CORRUPT window 11 error.

Method To Fix PFN LIST Corrupt Window 11 Error:

1. Update Windows:

To update Windows, you should right-tap on Start menu and then choose Settings options. Then from the Settings menu, you should select Windows Update and then hit on Resume updates.

2. Use PC Repair Tool:

PC repair tools helps to repair computer faults, protect file loss, malware and also hardware failure. With this tool, you can optimize your PC. Restoro software can identify and remove the malware threats. It helps to replace the corrupted Windows files and fix issues like PFN corrupt error.

3. Run SFC Scan:

For this, you should tap on Start menu and then type Command Prompt and just right-click on it. Now, you should select Run as administrator. Then, you should enter the below line and press Enter key when the Command Prompt window display on your screen:

sfc/scannow

Here, you should wait so that the procedure is finished. Lastly, Restart your computer system after you close the Command Prompt.

4. Run DISM:

First of all, you should tap on the Start menu and then write Command Prompt and right-click on it. Now, you should select Run as administrator. After this, you shouldwrite the below command and hit on Enter key:

DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth

At this point, wait till the scan completed. Lastly, restart your system and update again.

5. Update Drivers:

The users should right-tap on Start menu and then choose Device Manager. After this, you should right-tap on the first device and then choose Update driver. Here from the menu, you should select Search automatically for drivers which open up on your screen. At last, you should wait for Windows to update the driver and then repeat the procedure.

6. Check Hard Drive:

To check hard drive, you should right-tap on the Start menu and then from the list menu, select Settings option. Now, you should choose System from the left side and then scroll down to Recovery option which is in the right side and then click on it. After this, you should find Advanced startup and then choose Restart now option which is next to it. At this point, you will view a window with a few options and select Troubleshoot option. Here, you need to choose Advanced Options. Then in the Next window, select Command Prompt. Next in the Command Prompt window, you should type the lines and press Enter key after each command:

bootrec.exe /rebuildbcd

bootrec.exe /fixmbr

bootrec.exe /fixboot

After this, you should type the below command in Command Prompt:

chkdsk /r c:

chkdsk /r d:

At last, just restart your device and then check the issue is solved or not.

7. Uninstall Problematic Driver:

To uninstall problematic driver, you should right-tap on Start menu and then select Device Manager from the list. When the Device Manager is open, you should look for the driver which you wish to uninstall and right click on it and then select uninstall button. Finally, Restart your device.

To protect your device from viruses, you should install dedicated McAfee antivirus software via www.mcafee.com/activate