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Hello

I have skylake c236 motherboard + xeon processor + ECC UDIMM memory

 

I run "best practices analyzer" scan on hyper-v role on windows server 2012r2

And got error

 

Title:Use RAM that provides error correction
Severity Error
Problem: The RAM in use on this computer is not error-correcting (ECC) RAM.
Impact:Microsoft does not support  on computers without error-correcting RAM.

 

Then I tryed AIDA latest beta (from this topic https://forums.aida64.com/topic/3404-fixed-ecc-supported-but-disabled-skylake-imc/)

 

DMI

[ Memory Arrays / System Memory ]  
   Memory Array Properties:  
   Location   Motherboard  
   Memory Array Function   System Memory  
   Error Correction   Single-bit ECC  
   Max. Memory Capacity   64 GB  
   Memory Devices   4  
[ Memory Devices / DIMM_A1 ]  
   Memory Device Properties:  
   Form Factor   DIMM  
   Type   DDR4  
   Type Detail   Synchronous  
   Size   16 GB  
   Max. Clock Speed   2133 MHz  
   Current Clock Speed   2133 MHz  
   Total Width   64-bit  (my note, this value must be 72-bit for ECC module)
   Data Width   64-bit  
   Ranks   2  

 

   SPD
 [ DIMM1: Samsung M391A2K43BB1-CPB ]  
     Memory Module Properties:  
   Module Name   Samsung M391A2K43BB1-CPB  
   Serial Number   322136A0h (2687902002)  
   Manufacture Date   Week 15 / 2016  
   Module Size   16 GB (2 ranks, 16 banks)  
   Module Type   Unbuffered DIMM  
   Memory Type   DDR4 SDRAM  
   Memory Speed   DDR4-2133 (1066 MHz)  
   Module Width   72 bit  
   Module Voltage   1.2 V  
   Error Detection Method   ECC  
   DRAM Manufacturer   Samsung  
   DRAM Stepping   00h  
   SDRAM Die Count   1  

 

Chipset
 [ North Bridge: Intel Skylake-S WS IMC ]  
      Error Correction:  
   ECC   Supported, Enabled  
   ChipKill ECC   Not Supported  
   RAID   Not Supported  
   ECC Scrubbing   Not Supported  

 

Please answer, ECC is full enabled? Why windows server thinks it is not enabled?





 

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Yes, it's fully enabled. It's most likely a bug in Windows Server that you need to report to Microsoft.

Regards,

Fiery

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