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How to know if your Ram module is blown?


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Tom07

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I watched the video on the homepage.

I was wondering what errors you get, and how to recognizes a ram blown. Incase it happens to me..
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Hi Tom07!

I have had bad RAM before, basically my whole computer was unstable, just different errors about this and that, it all varied - program errors, USB errors, BSOD errors - all at random. That being said, here is a way you can test your RAM. Pretty much if it finds any errors, there's a good chance your memory is faulty.

It's a good video, eh? Makes you stop and think...

Click this for a guide to using Memtest



Click this to download Memtest

Run it overnight if possible

Thanks to Keith (Administrator) for these links.
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Thank you very much FPVDriF6
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