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OK :)

 

Thank you again for your kindness to assist me all the way through.

 

I will start immediately with my ordinary activities and will let you know in a couple of days (hopefully)! 


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No problem, my pleasure :) Hopefully this simple scan will have solved your issue!
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Unfortunately the problem is still present :/


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You said that you ran a MemTest86 in the OP, right? Why did you interrupt it at 50%? Also, did you ran it on both RAM sticks at the same time, or one at the time?
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I interrupted it because I needed the PC. I ran it when I went to sleep and when I woke first thing in the moment I checked and it was only 50% done.

I don't know if I done it on the two sticks or on one, how to see that? 


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If you want to run a MemTest86+ on one RAM stick, you'll need to remove the other ones from the motherboard and then boot the computer and launch the test. The thing is that if you run the test with more than one stick at the time on the computer and errors are found, you don't know which stick is faulty. Running the test on one stick at the time allows you to identify the one with errors and proceed to change it.
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OK so you suggest to remove one stick then ran the test throughout to the 100%? 

I watched some video the guy there was recommending doing the test at least 10%. Is this optional?


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Yes, this is the best way to make sure that your RAM sticks aren't faulty (if they pass the test without errors). And you should let the test complete at 100%, not 10%.

Before you do that, create a new folder on your desktop and call it "Dumps", then go in your C:\windows\minidump folder, and copy all the files in it in that new Dumps folder. Once this is done, archive the folder (right-click on it, select Send to then Compressed archive (.zip)) and attach the archive to your next post.

Edited by Aura, 16 January 2015 - 02:07 PM.

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Attached File  DUMPS.zip   707.25KB   78 downloads


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To start the test now?


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Yes you can start the tests now. I'll check the dumpfiles once I get home.
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Once I am done with stick one where I can see the results? In this dump section of my drive?


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It's supposed to be displayed on the screen. Are you using MemTest86 or MemTest86+?
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memtest86 +

 

I don't know what to look at at the screen, too many numbers and words I am not familiar with :)

 

I also realized now when I opened the PC that I have 4 RAM sticks actually (4x2) :)


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So you'll have to run 4 tests :P And the errors should be indicated in red on the screen.
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