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Section - 1.145: What is a checkstop error?

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While this may not be the official definition, what it means is that the
hardware has detected a condition that it cannot resolve, and which prevents
normal operation.  So, it stops executing instructions, responding to
interrupts, etc.  Usually it means that some component of the hardware is
broken.

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