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| Memtest86+ v6.10
Memtest86+ v6.10 The open source memory testing tool. Memtest86+ is a stand-alone memory tester for x86 and x86-64 architecture computers. It provides a more thorough memory check than that provided by BIOS memory tests. Memtest86+ can be loaded and run either directly by a PC BIOS (legacy or UEFI) or via an intermediate bootloader that supports the Linux 16-bit, 32-bit, 64-bit, or EFI handover boot protocol. It should work on any Pentium class or later 32-bit or 64-bit x86 CPU. Why test your RAM? Troubleshoot PC Instabilities Memory errors are one of the most common causes of crashes, freezes and instabilities. If you encounter such issues with your computer, testing your RAM thoroughly is probably the first thing to do. Memtest86+ uses various algorithms to reliably detect failures. It will let you know if your RAM is faulty or not. Ensure Initial Stability Before using your brand-new PC, putting your new server into production, or after having overclocked your CPU or RAM, it's often wise to make sure there are no memory issues. Troubleshooting issues later can be annoying, costly, and time-consuming. Licensing General Public License v2 Memtest86+ v6 is a unified, free, open-source memory testing tool, released under GNU GPL v2.0. The new v6 code base (originally called PCMemTest) was provided by Martin Whitaker, based on Memtest86+ v5, developed by Sam Demeulemeester. Both are now working on Memtest86+. Memtest86+ is unrelated to 'Memtest86', a closed-source software. For usage and troubleshooting: See the READ ME file. Changes: V6.10 Add support for Secure Boot Signing Add support for Headless EFI system Add various command line options Add support for legacy ATI SB400 Fix an issue related to BadRAM pattern Fix disabling SMP using F2 at startup Fix ...
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