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Checking your RAM (Computer's Memory) For Errors using Microsoft Windows Diagnostic

Case Study: On my older Dell Dimension with 1K of RAM, applications that I would run would crash at random times, at random spots. The crash could happen soon after the application was started or 5-20 minutes later.

Possible Causes:

  • Bad "bit" of memory (RAM)
  • Some other reason.

Possible Solution: For this blog post, I will test the RAM in the machine. Since I am running Windows on this machine, I will use the Microsoft Windows Diagnostic.

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In today's world, our computer is an integral part of our lives. We use it for business and pleasure. We store critical data, pictures, correspondence, use it's software to write, calculate, store, and create. It is therefore important that our system is reliable and runs smoothly.



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