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What is i/o card parity interrupt at f000 b5e6?

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What is i/o card parity interrupt at f000 b5e6?

bhunter904
I am receiving an error that states that i/o card parity interrupt at f000 b5e6. I am working on a Optiplex 380. There are no cards installed. The bios version is A01. I can't input anything with the keyboard for the options to (S)hutdown or (R)eboot. I am running XP, with 4 Gb RAM, intel dual core duo.
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    robo_dev

    What about the riser board for the hard drives? (is yours a tower or rack-mount server?)

    Faulty or improperly installed expansion card or I/O board.

    Ensure that the expansion cards are properly installed. If the problem persists, replace the expansion card (see "Expansion Cards"). If the problem persists, replace the I/O board (see "Expansion-Card Insulator and I/O Board").

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    bhunter904

    The are no non-factory installed cards. Its a tower. The only card are the ones that are integrated into the motherboard.

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    robo_dev

    Well then it sounds like the problem is integrated into the mobo as well :)

    I would perhaps do a BIOS reset, but obviously that would not be possible if your keyboard input is not working either.

    Since I repair electronics, my approach would be to look for burnt components, bulging or leaking capacitors, all while surfing ebay for a replacement mobo.

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    robo_dev

    What about the riser board for the hard drives? (is yours a tower or rack-mount server?)

    Faulty or improperly installed expansion card or I/O board.

    Ensure that the expansion cards are properly installed. If the problem persists, replace the expansion card (see "Expansion Cards"). If the problem persists, replace the I/O board (see "Expansion-Card Insulator and I/O Board").

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    bhunter904

    The are no non-factory installed cards. Its a tower. The only card are the ones that are integrated into the motherboard.

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    robo_dev

    Well then it sounds like the problem is integrated into the mobo as well :)

    I would perhaps do a BIOS reset, but obviously that would not be possible if your keyboard input is not working either.

    Since I repair electronics, my approach would be to look for burnt components, bulging or leaking capacitors, all while surfing ebay for a replacement mobo.