From: Steve Swift on
I added a PCI soundcard to my system that already had an onboard
soundcard and an additional USB soundcard. I wanted two soundcards, and
was having problems with the USB one.

The instructions were adamant that I should disable the onboard
soundcard, but then I'd still have just one soundcard, so I ignored this.

Partway through the boot I got a "Memory Parity Error" BSOD. So I took
the PCI soundcard back out, and am still fiddling with the USB soundcard.

I'm curious, though. How would a soundcard (or its drivers) cause a
memory parity error?

Steve Swift