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Single Bit Error Report

If you are enabling ECC on your system, the hardware is capable of detecting and correcting single-bit errors on the fly. It is very useful to be able to know when this has happened, because if it happens often then this is a signal that you have a hardware or software problem in your PC. Enabling this option will cause the system to tell you when it corrects a single-bit error when ECC is running. The default is usually "Disabled". I recommend enabling this if you are running with ECC enabled.

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