|16 Jun 2011||#1|
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Windows 7 Memory Diagnostic Tool Huge problem
Hello , I am writing to you from my friends computer.
I am running windows 7 for long time and I havent came accross this yet , so this is what happend in shorter version :
I was using my computer when the screen just went black. I just tought to myself its probably something wrong with my memory so i ran the Memory Diagnostic Tool ,I picked the first choice that it recommended "Save work and restart the system".
The computer restarted , and the tool started to work after 15-20 minutes it was nearly done 90 somthing % , i just went down stairs to get a drink and when i came backed upstairs i realised that the scanning is at 8% again , I tought maybe thats how it works , scans 2-3 times , i lefted the computer working over the night when i waken up the tool was still working , went to work , came backed and the tool was still working , i just said to myself this has to be wrong , i unpluged the pc left it over the night. Turned it on , the diagnostic tool started itself again , The scan was neraly over when just again i realised that this think goes in infinity. I pressed the " Esc" button as it said to finish but when i press the button the scan just resets and goes from 0% again
It doesnt want to let me run safe mode or anything else , only go to bios set up.
I would really appreciate if you could help me guys, bye
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