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Section - -19- Should I worry about a "recoverable memory parity error"?

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Date: 12 May 1996 00:00:01 EST

  If you get them infrequently, it's just cosmic rays. If you get them
  frequently on the same SIMM, replace the SIMM. If you get them
  frequently on different SIMMs, there may be some other hardware
  problem affecting the entire memory system.

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