MemTest is a simple test that determines whether your computer can reliably store information in its RAM. With this tool, you can define how much memory to test and then run the test (with all applications closed). If an error is reported, your RAM is suspect.
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You can't make this a two page article?
Wasted My Time...
I tend to agree with the others somewhat in that this was a waste of my time, and nothing but a rehash of facts that have been stated so many times. Why not put it right up front that its a "review of some tools that may help" or something to that effect.
My BIGGEST COMPLAINT is that you people continue to force us to have to click through multiple screens to get minimal input. These articles, in this format, are completely akin to the "crapware" that the computer manufacturers include on a new computer.
I won't say that they are completely useless because they aren't.
HOWEVER, I will say that this format that you force upon us is wearing really thin and I too am considering to just give up my membership and find another tech site that I can enjoy the articles on once again. This crap format is going to lose you many members if you continually force feed it to us at every opportunity.
Nuff said, I just hopes this sinks in with your editors.
I guess this is a MBR problem
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