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Old 2008-02-08, 01:07   #1
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I have a PC thats exibiting errors in Memtest86 like crazy. I tried up to seven sticks of RAM individually. I was told that the problem may actually be my AMD X2 4800+ processor. The problem is that I can't get this PC into windows due to constant blue screens of death. Is there a bootable ISO image that would allow me to boot from DOS and run the Prime95 stress test like Memtest86?
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Old 2008-02-08, 12:31   #2
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It could be wrong settings in BIOS. Enter BIOS by pressing F1,F2,F10 or delete key -- depending on your mainboard -- as your computer starts, and set the motherboard to "fail safe" and then "save and exit". Later you can get the timings (such as memory) set up correctly.

UBCD has prime95.

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