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[SOLVED]Need help with Memtest results

If you enter something in the memory and reads it, it has to be the thing you entered and not something else. In your case what was entered into memory and what was read wasn't the same. Memory corrupt.

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

Hello everybody !

 

Since a few days I noticed some strange behaviours on my desktop (Mouse freez, FPS drops in game that I don't have normaly...). So I decided to check everything. I performed a MEMTEST86 to see if my ram was working properly, I run the test twice. After those tests, 3 errors came out (2 on the first run, and 1 on the second run). The issue is, I didn't found some really information about those results, so if someone could give me some little help, it would be awesome !

 

 

/ * / Config / * /

Proco: Intel Core i5-4460 3.4GHz

Ram: 2x4GB G.Skills Ripjaws X (ref: GSKILL-F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL)

Graphic Card: GTX 1060 OC KFA2

Motherboard: MSI H97M-E35

 

 

Thanks in advance lads

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Bad memory. Test one module at a time and replace the one that has the error.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 hours ago, 191x7 said:

Bad memory. Test one module at a time and replace the one that has the error.

Thanks for the quick reply. Do you have an idea more technicaly what the issue is or not ? Because the only thing I understand is that he red the wrong value that he should normaly ?

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If you enter something in the memory and reads it, it has to be the thing you entered and not something else. In your case what was entered into memory and what was read wasn't the same. Memory corrupt.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 hours ago, 191x7 said:

If you enter something in the memory and reads it, it has to be the thing you entered and not something else. In your case what was entered into memory and what was read wasn't the same. Memory corrupt.

Allright, thanks man :) 

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6 hours ago, Xosten said:

Allright, thanks man :) 

Have you found which of your memory modules is broken and replaced it?

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