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RAM testing program

QBallz
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Does anyone know where I might find a test for memory?

I need to test some simms on my 486 (windows 95) and some other machines.

Something basic that works well and definately tests for "stability"
problems? (its not being overclocked but i feel it would also be a usefull
overclock test)

(easy 50 points)

I need a REALLY thorough one

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QBallz,
A RAM test program can be downloaded here:
http://www.elito.com/edrivers/TESTPRG/

Another way to test RAM, or your complete system is at the following website:
http://winweb.winmag.com/wintune98/

Let me know if you need more.
Regards,
Ralph

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Can you be more specific which file there are many in there.

I need a good one. .. something REALLY thorough .. a friend suggested "simple dos quake" and it did work to quite a good extent . but not quite good enuff (still got 0E errors in windows)  ... this damn 486 of mine i NEEd on the road. ..

thanks ..

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I'm sorry about that.......
Try EMSTEST.ZIP located at the site I gave you above.
Ralph

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Im about to test it in a moment ..


I hope it works well.

Some fellow suggested a linux program (but can be used in dos) .. sort of ....   .well you make a boot disk .. using rawrite or some such thing ..... and sort of just make a "ram test boot disk" he claims its very thorough

the other problem is .... it seems as tho the ram may be dead .. :~( ..

which means what do i do now ? i have so many chips to choose from .... and it seems they only give me trouble if i mix them (so i cant pinpoint a chip) but if i put them in one by one they behave ... perhaps its the shitty old UMC chipset on the board ..

shrug ..


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You have rejected my submitted answers twice.
Are they incorrect?
I'd like to help, but we must go one step at a time!
Exactly what is your question?
Ralph

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Need more help?
I think your question about RAM testing has been covered.
Now, do you need some help with a specific computer/RAM configuration?
If so, it will be helpful to know more about BIOS, motherboard, CPU, RAM type, etc.
Regards,
Ralph

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QBallz,
A comment from you would be helpful.
Ralph

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