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Nunu92
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NMI Channel Check / IOCHK

Product Name: : HP PROLIANT ML110 G7 SERVER
Operating System: Microsoft Windows Server 2008

 

 

Dear All

 

HP server is getting halted almost every next day. "NMI Channel Check / IOCHK" error appears. Upon reboot of server, the OS boots normally.

 

Please do needful.

 

 

Thanks and regards

 

Muhammad Sohail

5 REPLIES

Re: NMI Channel Check / IOCHK

 

Hi Muhammad Sohail,

 

Check if there are Elpida DIMMs installed in the server. If Elpida DIMMs are installed, then remove them and check if the issue is resolved.

 

Regards,

 

Vijayasarathy

I work for HP
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jthomas75
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Re: NMI Channel Check / IOCHK

I have a HP GEN9 DL360 with HP memory and with Windows Server 2008 on it and everytime I shut system down I get this error?

Torsten.
Acclaimed Contributor

Re: NMI Channel Check / IOCHK

Next time please open your own thread - this is a totally different issue.

Install this fix:

http://h20564.www2.hpe.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?swItemId=MTX_1786e42281714355bf56d35961


Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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masterchoice
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Re: NMI Channel Check / IOCHK

Product Name: : HP PROLIANT DL380 G7 SERVER Operating System: Microsoft Windows Server 2008 HI all HP server is getting halted almost every next day. "NMI Channel Check / IOCHK" error appears. Upon reboot of server, the OS boots normally. hardware check over temp Please do
PZel
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Re: NMI Channel Check / IOCHK

I've got also a reboot on DL380G7 (with high temp on sensor 2 behind the CPU: 82 degrees). It looks like it was a problem with ILO V1.61. According to Advisory V1.65 has solved those fake warnings, causing the DL380G7 to shut down.

PZ