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Reddoug

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Hi All

Trying to find some software the can test motherboards and cpu's. Had a friend that was having problems with his computer and he ended up taking it in to a shop and they ran some kind of test and determined that the motherboard was bad. They replaced the motherboard and now it run great. I have found PC-Doctor but that is kind of pricey. Any recommendations?

Thanks, Doug
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Misterd1629

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Try ultimate boot cd

http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/

This bootable cd has all the test software you need and it's free
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Thanks for the link. I will try it out.

Doug
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Your welcome, let me know if you have any questions!
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Hi Misterd1629

I have a question. Do I have to download each package and assemble and burn to a disk? I do not see a way to download a complete iso image. Some of this is a little over my head.

Thanks, Doug
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you should use tuneup utility its helpful to keep your pc at a good condition.
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you should use tuneup utility its helpful to keep your pc at a good condition.

i'm testing this software now on you advise i will let you know what i think about it


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