Memory Diagnostics Tool

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       #20

    I am going to answer my own Q: After I did some reading, downloaded MemTest-86 as an ISO file which I burn on dvd. Test came out OK. Btw, the WinRar was interfering with the PowerIso and had no choice but to uninstall WinRar.
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       #21

    Barbarossa,

    Thank you for posting back with your results. :)
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       #22

    Brink said:
    Barbarossa,

    Thank you for posting back with your results. :)
    You bet.:)
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       #23

    Hi,

    I followed all the instruction but, can't seem to get the Memory Diagnostics Tool to work. All I get is a blank black screen. It's weird b/c on my wife's PC ( windows 7 also) the tool is working just fine. If anyone knows how to fix this please let me know.
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       #24

    I figured it out. Thanks anyway.
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       #25

    Sorry, I was wrong. The windows 7 memory diag tool is not working. I did not figure it out and still need advice.
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       #26

    Cosu,

    You might see if running a sfc /scannow command may help and allow the Memory Diagnostics Tool to run properly afterwards.
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       #27

    OK. I'll do it now. Btw, I have memtest-86 on cd and it works just fine.

    Did the scan and nothing changed . This is weird..........the other windows 7 pc is working fine.
    Last edited by Brink; 22 Dec 2011 at 18:14. Reason: merged
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  9. Posts : 71,564
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       #28

    I'm not sure what may be the cause of it not running properly, but as long as you are not having any other issues and still getting a clean bill of heath with Memtest86+, then I wouldn't worry about it and wait until you may need a clean install to fix it. :)
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  10. Posts : 150
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       #29

    Brink said:
    I'm not sure what may be the cause of it not running properly, but as long as you are not having any other issues and still getting a clean bill of heath with Memtest86+, then I wouldn't worry about it and wait until you may need a clean install to fix it. :)
    OK. Thanks Brink.
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