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Yvonne
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      12-01-2005, 04:04 PM
Hi!

I wonder if anyone can tell me how I can see if a memory is ECC or not? I
have just bought a memory module, 512 mb PC2100 ddr and don't know if it is
broken or if it is ECC. My mainboard does support non ECC only. When I start
the computer with this memory it sounds like an ambulance´s sirene or
something.

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Yvonne


 
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JosephKK
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      12-17-2005, 05:07 AM
Yvonne wrote:

> Hi!
>
> I wonder if anyone can tell me how I can see if a memory is ECC or not? I
> have just bought a memory module, 512 mb PC2100 ddr and don't know if it
> is broken or if it is ECC. My mainboard does support non ECC only. When I
> start the computer with this memory it sounds like an ambulance´s sirene
> or something.
>
> Thanks
> Yvonne
>
>

throw the complete part number at a search engine.
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JosephKK

 
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