If you are using Windows 2003, what would be the perceived difference in\nbehavior between ECC and Non-ECC memory in the case that some memory goes\nbad? In the case of Non-ECC, I guess you just get corruption in the OS or\ndata areas, and potentially a blue-screen. What happens with ECC? Is\nthere any way for the memory fault to be trapped elegantly by the OS and\nreported back without stopping the OS? Or is the issue more that ECC\nmemory behaves more like a RAID system and can compensate for failures in\nany one bit? But once two bits in the same location go bad, you get the\nsame effect?