Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 126455
Memory Error after reboot during BIOS memory check.
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:45 EST
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Description of problem:
When I ask Linux (both RedHat and Fedora) to reboot my machine,
shutdown -r "now"
or the command:
or the command:
the system shutting down is carried out regularly, but when the
the subsequent operations of the POST, the BIOS reaches a certain
point in the
boot memory test and then stops with an error found at a certain memory
location, saying something like:
Cell (...): Value written: (...), value read: (...)
where, obviously, the value read is different from the one written.
Reading the man page bootparam with the command:
I found an option that, given to the kernel at boot time, has
solved the problem. The option is:
and must be put among the argument of the kernel line executed (in
grub or in
lilo) at boot time.
Many Thanks to everybody.
Luca "FISH" PERSICO
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Actual Results: The problem is described above
Expected Results: No memory error at all.
My computer is a CLEVO2700S with SiS chipset and video card SiS with
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