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NMI: Parity Check / Memory Parity error. Dell d510

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NMI: Parity Check / Memory Parity error

Ive swapped the memory, Im thinking there is a mother board issue.
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Mike_CarrollCommented:
Clear the CMOS memory before you go any further.
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wordedAuthor Commented:


Any idea og how to do that on a d510?

I know how to get the keyboard off
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Mike_CarrollCommented:
Try a reset from within the BIOS first. Far easier for a start.
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wordedAuthor Commented:


a reset?  Load defaults you mean?
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Mike_CarrollCommented:
yep, load the defaults
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endeavoratlCommented:
Has this resolved the issue? I'm having the same issue currently on an Optiplex 360 that is brand new out of box.
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joshrhodCommented:
I am having the same issue with an optiplex 360 that has been working fine for months until we moved it to another user. It has a postage machine and a couple other usb devices attached. Dell has replaced the memory and mother board from warranty and i removed the extra video card. It still gets a blue screen randomly that says memory parity, only once every few weeks or over a month. Reboot and it seems fine?
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