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Plz help a have a problem on my compaq desktop i turn on the pc the screen message appeard parity check 2.plz help my problem i jope you help me tnks a lot

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The error useually come up due to over heating especially during gaming or running system intensive programes. If you have recently overclocked bring it down. If not either the ram had conked out or the smbus on the motherboard.

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