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Re: Processor context corrupt.

Robert L Mathews <lists@tigertech.com> wrote:
> Sven Hartge wrote:

>> In all my cases of a MCE in the past, this was _always_ caused by
>> faulty hardware, split roghly 50:50 between broken mainboard or
>> broken CPU.

> As another data point, I recently saw a repeatable MCE error on a
> machine with faulty memory during a new hardware burn-in test.
> Replacing the memory fixed it.

Might happen with the newer CPUs with integrated memory controller.


Sigmentation fault. Core dumped.

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