The memory for most PCs is non-ECC. ECC is error correction memory that is used primarily in servers.
I have an Asus M4A78L-M with 4 gb of ddr2-800mhz. Do I need to configure the ECC? The manual says to set it to "Disabled" How do I know if my memory banks are ECC?
You can also head to www.crucial.com and enter your motherboard information. Crucial will give you a wealth of information regarding the memory designed for your motherboard. They also have an area that explains all of the terms used, e.g., buffering vs. non-buffering, ECC vs. Non-ECC etc. It is quite helpful...
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