05-03-2007 08:20 AM
05-03-2007 09:35 AM
Did you tried it with the 2GB you removed in the system? maybe the ones you let in are not goed anymore.
Have you run memtest programs?
Have a nice day,
05-03-2007 11:35 AM
I'll try both suggestions. What made me wonder about a different combination of memory though is that the two I left in worked for 2 days and I would think if they were defunct i would see that same error right away, but i'll try it.
05-19-2007 06:34 AM
The PC h/w has not been modified.
Worked fine for 2 weeks, and now is occasionally giving me blue screen error as you describe, when using CAD. BIOS is 02.02 all the latest Win updates are performed and it is connected to an SBS 2003 server.
07-01-2007 05:55 PM
01-31-2009 09:46 PM
Getting extremely frustrated and beginning to doubt the wisdom of buy HP product. Hope someone at HP responds very soon to help a customer.
02-01-2009 03:44 PM
It is wiser to begin a new thread an refer to this one. That way more people will read your post.
Be aware that most peoplo here are just users or prof users that do not work for HP, but there are some.
12-18-2011 09:59 PM - edited 12-18-2011 10:00 PM
Yes! I had the Parity Error on an HP xw4400 and it was the onboard network card that was fried. Disabled this in BIOS, put in a spare Intel NIC on a PCI Card and it was all good again. I spent many hours mucking around with memory swaps to no avail.
02-07-2012 08:07 AM
Most of people think that 'NMI:Parity Check/Memory Parity Error' description is related to the memory parity error. This is not true. This error message indicates that a parity error is detected on the PCI bus. This error is caused by any PCI devices including memory. I saw the same problem casued by the video driver as well. In F10 Setup, there is aBIOS setting to disable this error message. However, this is not recommended because this may generate the data loss or other critical problem event hough the system is running without the blue screen. Please try to update the latest drivers for all devices first, differetn video card, ... and then memory.