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hmmm i am very blur when i read it.i dont even understand how to do it =Xis there any easier way? =X
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Have you got a floppy drive and winzip?
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yes i do.
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http://www.memtest.org/#downiso

Download precompiled package for floppy to a folder

unzip it, click install file then make the floppy using a new and formatted floppy

Change the Boot order to floppy drive first, reboot the PC with the floppy in the drive
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how do i change to boot floppy first?
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Start the PC and keep tapping the delete key until it enters set up, look for boot order / priority, change it to floppy then hard drive, press F10 to save, press enter, type Y to confirm, press enter to reboot
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ok i done all that but it didnt seems to work and got stuck at the memtest screen and did not move=X
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Nothing like this?

http://www.memtest.o...cs/i875-big.gif
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is like this...but it seems stuck..not moving.
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Are the pass and test numbers staying the same
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Yes.
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Have you added any hardware recently, or updated any drivers
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hmmm nope...
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Will have to get back to you on this
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ok..sure

Edited by WizMaster, 18 January 2007 - 06:41 AM.

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