This article is really lame, mainly because the testing tool they are advocating is bogus. I dont know what the idea is testing RAM while running an OS?! You would need a special driver or other way of interfacing directly with the memory controller at a much lower level than Windows allows to test the memory properly, and even then seems just like a dumb idea in general.
To test memory, check out:
The Windows Memory Diagnostic program (does not run in windows, it is just from Microsoft) is also quite good:
I am only posting here because after running multiple tries of both Memtest86 and WMDiag on my new Mushkin Enhanced PC3200 DDR, I have no errors from either, whereas this supposedly good memory tester was erroring multiple times per pass. Had me worried for no reason.
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