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_GOOD_ Diagnostics program in DOS?

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Hi you all on EE!

I have just started a new work as a computer technican (Or how you spell it in Enlish), and I'm now looking for a really good diagnostics program for my computer. What I do is building computers and then I need to test them if they are OK before shipping them out to the customers. If I install Win95/98 then I get a "quite" nice result (If something is wrong then the installation ususally don't go through). But about 50% of all computers ships without a OS... So how do I test them??
  What I really would like is either a program I can run directly from a floppy, or from CD. No install or anything. But then I'm not picky about this. If it's possible to uppgrade the program to test new hardware and stuff that would be great.
  About price and that sort of things, well free is great (My boss would _love_ that) but since we would be using it for work then...
  Oh well. I think you know what I'm looking for. Thanks..
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try nDiagonise
which comes with norton utilities

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