|25 Feb 2012||#1|
Easy Question- Win Mem test
Hi Everyone, Shawn and Co.
I'm just curious as to where to find the Windows 7 built in
Memory tester?? Pretty simple, I'd think
I have to work on my profile, etc soon, I have a whole new RIG'
P55 FTW MoBo-EvGa
8 gig's of Ripjaw ram 1600- GsKill
NV 550ti 2 GIG video Card @900 cc- EvGa
i7 Intel CPU 4XQuad 860 (will OC soon. or not, seems plenty fast as is)
tx750 Corsair PSU (same as before, great PSU)
2x WD Caviars running raid_0 plus one Tara-byte WD Drive, non raid. so 1.5 T total.
and other assorted goodies, Cooler Master V-8 looking CPU fan. And so on..
Anyway great to see you all again!!
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|25 Feb 2012||#3|
It was where you said, however it won't come up until you/me drop the "S"
at the end, so it's not :: "Windows Memory Diagnostics" but rather "Windows Memory Diagnostic".
Other than that it works fine there are 3 different settings for said test. via F1 key, at least in Win 7 Ulta.
Which I run, though I'm sure all versions have it? The three are (may not be exact wording)
1:: Quick, 2:: Basic and 3:: Advanced, something to that effect. My sys did fine (mem) so Thank You
always wondered where it was, LOL!!
Thanks Again Dan.
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