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  1.    29 Aug 2017 #71
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    Well I completed the first two ram combo with zero errors, I'm going to finish the rest tomorrow as it's 2am here and I don't want to leave it over night when the tests only take like an hour.

    what happens if the only thing that throws errors is having all 4 in?
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  2.    29 Aug 2017 #72
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    That will then reconfirm the RAM /DIMM /MB problem and then you will rotate the RAM in different DIMM to where we eventually figure out the problems. It's possible that all 4 when tested together have no errors and then you would move the RAM to different DIMM to eventually reconfirm the problem.

    The computer was not bootable with a bootable windows 10 iso? Or were you able to boot?
    Had you tried the bootable windows 10 iso in each a USB 3 and a USB 2 port?

    For any testing there are:
    True positives (Errors found when there is malfunctioning hardware)
    True negatives (No errors found when there is normally functioning hardware)
    False positives (Errors found when there is normally functioning hardware)
    False negatives (No errors found when there is malfunctioning hardware)
    Accuracy ( a mathematical number derived from the above 4 results)
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  3.    29 Aug 2017 #73
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    Oh I couldn't boot it up properly until I reset CMOS, once I did that the splash screen came back and it would try to boot up windows, the dots spin for a while and then it pops up with "preparing to automatically repair windows" and comes up with that lovely blue screen to inform you that windows didn't start correctly and give you all the available options for repairing.

    i haven't tried booting up the windows disc since I reset cmos, at this point I'm almost positive it would boot fine as I haven't had any freezing or errors about over clocking or random reboots since cmos was reset but I haven't tried it as I've been busy testing ram for the last couple days
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  4.    29 Aug 2017 #74
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    So it is taking approximately 2 hours for testing 2 GB RAM with Memtest86.
    The first image that you posted was on the 3rd pass.
    How long did it take to test 8 GB RAM? Was it about 8 hours?
    The 8 GB RAM test was aborted wasn't it?
    How long did it take to test 4 GB RAM? Was it about 4 hours?
    If so you can run either another 4 GB test or an 8 GB test overnight.
    Just document what steps you made with each RAM and DIMM.
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  5.    29 Aug 2017 #75
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    It took pretty much exactly 2 hours and 59 mins to test an individual stick with memtest86+ and just over an hour per individual stick with the other memtest. When I ran memtest86+ with all the sticks in it went for 17hrs and had completed 12 passes at the time it was shut off so I'm not 100% sure how long it took to reach 8 passes.

    i tested 2 sticks with the other memtest tonight and it took around 2 hours I believe which is why I'm going to finish it tomorrow when I can be there to basically watch it test and switch things out as soon as it's finished
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  6.    29 Aug 2017 #76
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    Okay.
    Have a good night rest.
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  7.    29 Aug 2017 #77
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    Alright I've done every combo you asked me to run and every single time it comes back error free so what now?
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  8.    29 Aug 2017 #78
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    When you performed the latest tests how did you place the RAM modules in the DIMM?
    Which RAM # in which DIMM?
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  9.    29 Aug 2017 #79
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    Exactly how you asked, I used ram stick 1 and 2, I did all the combos with them that you had listed for me on the previous page
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  10.    29 Aug 2017 #80
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    How many tests were made with 4 RAM modules at one time?
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