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 Readme for:  Utility » Hardware » memtester.lzx

Memtester

Description: Utility to test for faulty memory subsystem.
Download: memtester.lzx       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 32kb
Version: 4.0.6
Date: 14 Mar 07
Author: Charles Cazabon
Submitter: Rene W. Olsen
Category: utility/hardware
Replaces: utility/hardware/memtester.lzx
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 2631
 
Comments: 0
Snapshots: 0
Downloads: 924  (Current version)
1212  (Accumulated)
Votes: 2 (2/0)  (30 days/7 days)

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2nd Release, fixes memory trashing bug, thanks to Olsen for pointing it out :)

3rd Release now its no longer requered with a Size Argument, when left out 
 largest possible memblock is used.

About memtester
  
    memtester is a utility for testing the memory subsystem in a computer to
    determine if it is faulty. The original source was by Simon Kirby
    <sim()stormix.com>. I have by this time completely rewritten the
    original source, and added many additional tests to help catch
    borderline memory. I also rewrote the original tests (which catch
    mainly memory bits which are stuck permanently high or low) so that
    they run approximately an order of magnitude faster.
   
    The version 4 rewrite was mainly to accomplish three things:
   
    (1) the previous code was basically a hack, and was ugly.
    (2) to make the code more portable.  The previous version required some
        hackery to compile on some systems.
    (3) to make the code fully 64-bit aware.  The previous version worked
        on 64-bit systems, but did not fully stress the memory subsystems
        on them -- this version should be better at stress-testing 64-bit
        systems.





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