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Hi, we have a linux based voice switch, running linux version 2.4.20-20.9. Its booting properly but after certain time getting this error: NMI received. Dazed and confuses, but trying to continue. you probably have a hardware problem with your ram chips. We did swap hardware and sure there isn't an issue with those. appreciate any ideas. thanks...
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I do not see the described error in your dmesg output in your screenshots....

However see if this article helps, it's more recent, for 2.6.x kernel.  but should be the same for 2.4.x.  NMI Watchdog services...


http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/linux-kernel-uhhuh-nmi-received-for-unknown-reason-30/
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