On ProLiant servers that do not have the Advanced Memory Protection (AMP) feature, Insight Management Agents for Windows - Version 6.30 may report correctable memory errors that are not actually occurring. The false indication of correctable memory errors occurs on initial system startup when the Insight Management Agents are started and the Integrated Management Log (IML) contains Critical or Caution level events (regardless of whether the event is memory related). If the correctable memory error is false, this event will be displayed in the Windows event log and a corresponding SNMP trap (type 6029) will be forwarded to the connected service center; however, no memory event will be logged in the Integrated Management Log (IML). If the correctable memory event is valid, EventID 1031 from source Server Agents will be displayed in the Windows event log and logged in the IML and a corresponding SNMP trap (type 6056) will be forwarded to the connected service center.
After applying the HP ProLiant Support Pack 6.30A to two different Generation 1 ProLiant servers, I realized that 6.30A was the cause of this error. An associate found an article on HP's website that stated that a firmware update may resolve this issue. Better advice: stick with version 6.20A for older Compaq equipment.