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I/O card Parity interrupt

I/O Card Parity

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Noodlesathome

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I get an intermittent Black Screen on booting up one of my computers (Win 7-Dell Optiplex CX620) which shows:

 

I/O Card Parity interrupt at C000:0C75. ....Type (S) to shut off NMI... ®eboot other keys to continue

 

Typing S or R or any other key does not work, only a reboot (turning off the power, waiting a few seconds and then back on) restores the Dell opening screen and then Windows opens and everything will work fine; until the next time.

 

I used the word intermittent deliberately and would say it is a once a week action sometimes twice a week.  Because i know a reboot will work every time I tend to do nothing about the matter. However I would welcome advice on an action I could take to prevent getting the I/O Card Parity Screen.  Remember it is more of a nuisance than anything and a reboot cures it instantly.


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Natalie Green

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click here to resolve your issue


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