memtest86 ram testing
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December 14, 2007, 07:54 AM
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: London, Ontario Canada
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I don't know what motherboard you have but if a DIMM combination of 1&3/2&4 or 1&2/3&4 doesn't enable dual channel then there is something wrong.
Well It use to be DIMMA1 + DIMMA2 made them go into dual channel but since I got my crash were I got a checksum error. and reloaded the BIOS from my motherboard CD it now anything but A1 + A2.
Here is a Sample of how the RAM is layed out, this is not my motherboard.
My System Specs
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