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Corruption exists!System halted?

Dear sir,
ATI RANGE SDRAM BIOS R0482P/N GR-XLdelsBy.Q12-4.333
Invalid Memory configuation detected potential for data corruption exists!
System halted!
My server i,e Dell poweredge1600sc shows system halted problem so what to do?
Dell Poweredge 1600sc
S/N BTU2B18
Model:8mm01

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