"Single-Bit ECC Errors in Memory Bank"
Posted on 2006-07-02
At bootup I see the message "Single-Bit ECC Errors in Memory Bank", but I am able to proceed with booting and nothing seems wrong.
I assume that at least one of the banks of ram is bad (I think I have either 4 or 8 banks in there).
Should I pull one out at a time until I find the broken one (and then replace it) or is it safe to just ignore it? If I can ignore it, is the speed of the ram impacted by this at all?
I don't know if my type of memory corrects single bit errors or simply detects them.