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    Default memtest

    short story

    find the bad stick

    so i ram memtest and got a load of red bars.

    good to understand the bad siuation

    so, now i got the sequance of memory swaps, retests, rinse repeat yadayada

    im wanting to know is there any way possible to find exactly wich stick by the test results, therefor avoiding the redundant few days worth of testing.

    especially important in a work/client enviroment

    reference page, excellent data : PassMark MemTest86 - Memory Diagnostic Tool - Technical Information
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    Default Re: memtest

    When I used to maintain PCs at business offices, I would carry a few sets of RAM with me all of the time. (And other parts) If there was any question of their RAM being bad, I would install my good RAM and test theirs later on at home.
    I would get replacement sticks and then bring them back to the office.

    They were paying me for uptime and that's what I tried to give them.

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