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My dell optiplex 360 cannot start and is displaying the message i/o card parity interrupt at f000:268f

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Mostlikely an input/output card issue, or a motherboard failure. first thing to do, disconnect any i/o card you may have like video card and other expansion cards. Then connect the cards one by one and test the system if the error has stop. If your system has an intg video controller, try using it first to rule out an expansion video card issue. if you've ruled out any expansion devices and you have reseat the CMOS settings of the system, most likely, you need to get a new motherboard or request warranty replacement if still applicable.

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Hi there, my name is Kasu Embaye. I have a problem of I/O card parity interrupt f000:f188 on my dell optiplex 780 computer.so,how to fix this problem? can you help me?


Hi mmm it sounds to me like your motherboard has got some problems. sometimes running system tests through the boot menu may help but should indicate weather you need a new motherboard or not. Sometimes a good clean inside computer is the way to go as well... Hope this helps
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Hi there, how can I fix the problem of I/O card parity interrupt at F000:F188 when appeared at starting my computer?


It sounds like one of the 3rd party cards has died. If you have a firewire card I would start by removing that and performing several cold boots (boot the computer, then completely shut it down as opposed to rebooting) If that doesn't fix it continue with the other cards, one at a time and replacing the previous card, until the issue is resolved. If you're still under warranty, call dell and request a repair.

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I'm getting a blue screen on my Dell Optiplex 360 and an error report saying; "NMI:Parity Check/Memory parity error.I've cleaned the computer,scanned the hard disc,but it still pops...


It sounds like a RAM issue. Try downloading memtest 86+ (http://www.memtest.org/) that'll give you an idea as to whether it's the memory or not. If it is, try swapping them out (take out one, take out another, swap ports, etc) to narrow down if it's one or both.

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NMI:parity check /memory parity error


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

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I/O card parity interrupt at 20000:0228


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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