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    Default Re: Memory problem detected in memtest86

    Hi,

    It's not related to memory (I have 3 pieces: 2* 2*1 and 1 new of 2GB, and any combination I tried printed error)
    I have 4 slots, and only thing I didn't try is to put empty 1st and 2nd slot. That will give a try...

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    Default Re: Memory problem detected in memtest86

    Hi again,

    I did some more tests, changing some parameters. Also, using just new memory in different slots (w/o parameter change).
    As bottom line, there is always 1 bit on one address (depending how many RAM I put), closer to memory map end, always last bit of given address that makes the problem.
    Error shows after few minutes of memory run without exception.

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    Default Re: Memory problem detected in memtest86

    Just to clarify.
    Have you tested each of the modules you have, individually, in slot #1?

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    Default Re: Memory problem detected in memtest86

    Hi,

    I did 4 tests:
    1) old memory 2*1GB on slots 1&2
    2) old memory 2*1GB on slots 3&4
    3) new memory 1*2GB on slot 1
    4) new memory 1*2GB on slot 3

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    Default Re: Memory problem detected in memtest86

    And all those test failed with the same error bit?

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    Default Re: Memory problem detected in memtest86

    Hi,

    I am not in front of right now.
    All tests passed completely OK, except #3 which always has just one line error, for one address, and in the address it's last bit. When I repeated tests on same config, same address was there. Haven't compared addresses from different ram configs, though.

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    Default Re: Memory problem detected in memtest86

    Please label the modules so it is possible to tell which fail where.
    Then run the test on each of the new memory in slot #1, then in slot #3 and post the results for the table below
    new_ram1 slot#1:
    new_ram2 slot#1:
    new_ram1 slot#3:
    new_ram2 slot#3:

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    Default Re: Memory problem detected in memtest86

    Ive read thru the thread and am still unsure of your memory configuration and type.

    If i read it correctly you have 3 sticks of ram
    2x1Gb and 1x2Gb.
    What are the exact gskill model numbers of these
    the 1gb and 2 gb sticks,They cant all be the same.

    You say you replaced some memory,what does that mean.
    Did you return the sticks under gskill lifetime memory warranty and get replacements?
    or did you just buy a single 2gb stick to increase your memory capacity?.

    What are the timings model number and voltage printed on each stick?

    Did the problems only start when you tried to use the 3 sticks together?

    If you only have 3 sticks some of the memory wont be working in ddr2 dual channel mode.(Im not sure if any of it can if you try and use 3 sticks together)

    When the pc was working more or less normally was your configuration
    1x1gb in slot 1,the yellow one closest to the cpu.and then 1x1gb in slot 3 ,the next yellow slot ?

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