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Old 04-03-2010, 01:46 PM   #1
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Hi guys, every time i run memtest86 on this stick of ram, i get these results...
i don't quite get it, because it doesn't show any errors on the stick itself.




Does this mean the stick is faulty?
or is there something else wrong?
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Default Re: memtest86 results ?

I haven't seen that one before. it could be hosed to the point the test wont run. Do any of the other sticks show this? Are all the memory modules the same model and timings?
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Default Re: memtest86 results ?

the other memory module is the exact same model/timing/size

and it can run all the tests without any errors
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Default Re: memtest86 results ?

Are you running the latest version of memtest86+?
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since i have less than 4gb of ram, i am running the latest version of memtest86

it says to use the (+) version if you have more than 4gb
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Huh, I always run Memtest86+ as it' the most up to date version that supports the latest memory, CPU's and chipsets.
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