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I have a D620 Laptop.. when i turn on my Laptop i get the Eror : "I/O card parityinterrupt at F000:E1B5" Type (S)hut off NMI, (R)eboot, other keys to continue. how can i solve this Problem ...Please Help me Out

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Try going into the BIOS of your system upon powering your laptop as soon as you see your Dell Logo keep on tapping f1 till you get a different screen or if the system beeps when you tap on f1 then stop it should boot into your system BIOS and give you options,

normally for dell it should have a phoenix BIOS try setting your bios to defaults then save and exit the bios if still it does not fix you issue then you can try reinstalling windows and its drivers .

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