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Yeah. I'm still unable to boot using memtest. I just tried it again to make sure. That same memtest disk does boot properly in my other computer.

The software I used was Free Easy Burner v.3.9.

Did confirm the Boot priority is CDROM. The exact boot priority is CD-ROM > LAN > FDD > HDD.
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Try to re-sit the cables that is connecting to HDD/CDROM/Floppy and from your motherboard. Try again.

If it doesn't work, remove the cable connecting HDD/Floppy, connect on the CDROM and boot up using the memtest.

As you mentioned that using one stick works perfectly fine, I suspect that it might have some incompatible issue there.
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Thanks. Will do. It's late, and I have to get back to my other projects again tomorrow, so it might be a few days and a bit of time to pull the notebook apart and do that (never opened a notebook that far before). I'll let you know.

Cheers.

Christian
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