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I/O card parity interrupt at 20000:0228

When i put on my Dell Optilex 170L PC Desktop i see the following error :I/O card parity interrupt at 20000:0228.
And the boot process stops when i'm in the starting mode safe, normally ... and restart again the same process !
Please can help me to solve this problem.
The exploitation system is Windows XP

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    On booting the PC dell optiplex 380 it brings the message IO CARD PARITY INTERRUPT AT 6000:1D52

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I know this is a very old thread but hoping it will answer the question of any one else searching for a solution.
I have recently been upgrading four Dell GX620 machines with an ATI HD3450 dual video card. I came across the
same problem on two of the four machine - which was odd - I have searched google for an answer but non was found.
I compared hardware and BIOS of Dell equipment but there was no difference - so how could 2 work and 2 not?
Battling on I ended up pulling the power, removing the battery backup and jumpering the RTSCRST on the motherboard to wipe all BIOS configs. After re-applying power the BIOS was reset as date/time was not set. Since this, the fault has gone away.
So for whatever reason this occurs, it seems it can be overcome by resetting the BIOS. A BIOS upgrade did/does NOT fix the issue. Loading BIOS defaults did/does NOT fix the issue.

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Try to check the I/O interface or periperals of your hardware in the BIOS i think there is a conflict in the IRQ... if you don't know how to setup BIOS just keep in touch.... TY
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