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Ram parity i'm getting a ram parity error offending segment F000. Any solutions.

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Remove or replace memory chips in the computer to see if the problem is resolved .

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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 Will,
Have you tried installing Windows with only one RAM Dimm in place?
It could be your DIMM slot that is faulty. Let me know if this helps.
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Dell Optiplex 330,won't boot memory parity error, tried new bios battery, new ram stick, still won't boot,actually had two at same time the other I ran a advanced diagnostic test said hard driv


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Customer's Optiplex 330 did the same thing today; no beep codes (due to lack of on board speaker). Solid/orange light on front of case indicates board or cpu. I isolated every component not soldered down (RAM, HDD, Optical, etc). Considering all the fans and lights on the MoBo were functioning, and no physical damage to the CPU was apparent, and the BSOD presented the "memory parity error; system halted" (meaning it's memory, graphics memory, or cpu and we've eliminated possibly CPU and RAM) my conclusion is that the problem resides in Graphics memory failure. Considering the error message is very vague and generally insists "motherboard", the gpu in an optiplex 330 is integrated ON the board, lumping it all together.

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Error I/0 card parity interrupt at F000:F188 Type (S)hutoff NMI (R)eboot, other keys continue


Someone else on fixya suggested RAM - http://www.fixya.com/support/t10259172-o_card_parity_interrupt_f000_f188_type

I'd definitely at least run a RAM test - if you can get that far (bootup using a bootable CD with memtest 4). Otherwise just see if removing the RAM has any impact.

Also could try flashing the BIOS, again if you can get that far.

It's clearly not relating the operating system, so either BIOS, or hardware failure.

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I/0 card parity interrupt at F000:E1AD. Type (S)hut off NMI, (R)eboot, other keys to continue


Hi there,
This error refers to an expansion card having an issue. If you've got any cardbus, wifi, bluetooth, etc cards take them out and see if that resolves the issue. More info here:
http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/i-o-card-parity-interrupt-at-f000-e1ad-417586.html

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Computer does not start . When powered up it give message on monitor screen " Parity errorsystem halted" . Please suggest the solution for it?


@mahesh_0552

Parity Errors are caused by faulty RAM or memory chip. This occurs when data is leaked when it's passed thru the RAM (usually during POST - Power On Self Test - this is the mode when the computer boots up and initially check for hardware components connected to the computer). In this case, you need to replace your memory.

More info at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/101272.

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We have a parity error on our ThinkCentre S51 Desktop. What is this and how do we rectify this issue?


A RAM parity error? Just tell it (in the BIOS settings) that you don't have memory with parity installed, or replace the memory with that kind. You probably had to replace the BIOS battery and the setting defaulted to DDR with parity bits somehow.

There's serial communications parity too...mostly deprecated by USB, but it can come up in connecting POS (point of sale) printers, etc.

If the error instead arises in another context; well, you'd need to search for some enlightenment relating to that and 'parity' to get some enlightenment on the subject.

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