Parity errors are very annoying errors to have to deal with. These error messages will usually appear right after the system is booted up and Windows has done a full memory scan. Parity error codes usually are the result of error with the results of the information provided by the memory of a system.
Parity error codes often happen when there is an error indicated that the actual parity of the received data does not agree with the parity value indicated by the parity bit. This is basically when one piece of memory advises that the value is 1, but the reality is that it is 2. This is how a parity error starts on a system.
Another reason that a parity error may occur is if the ram or memory being used in the computer system is not configured correctly or if the memory is not the correct type to be using in that system. If this is the cause of the parity error then the only thing that can be done is to fix the configuration or change the actual physical memory to resolve the parity error.
If the software configuration of the memory is not the issue another thing that can be done is to manually clean out the memory and operating space of the computer system itself. Sometimes a parity error may be caused if there is too much dust or excess dirt on the memory connection points, which will in turn reduce the quality of the memory and can create this error messages.
As a Parity error can happen to anyone the best thing to do is to run a full system scan with a registry cleaner. This full scan will ensure that there are no issues within the registry as many times a parity error can be causes by a corruption of a registry file, memory entry in the registry, or even the program that does the scan that will identify the parity error itself.
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