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In my experience, you get a memory parity error when one of your memory sticks has gone bad. I don't know how many sticks of memory you have or what size they are, but you can try removing one and see if the error goes away. If not, remove another and try again.
You're probably looking at buying some new memory. If so, use the opportunity to increase your memory within the limits of your operating system.
Win XP, 32 bit, will see up to about 3.2MB of RAM 64 bit can see over that up to about 8MB
Here is a link to a diagram of the Optiplex GX 270 system board: http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/opgx270/SM/EN/replbrd.htm You need a sound card that has a PCI interface. On a Small Form-Factor board it goes into slot 10. On a Small Desktop system board it would install into the “riser board” which in turn is installed into slot 10. On a Small Mini-Tower system board the sound card would be installed into any available slot marked as 11.
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