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Memtest86+ (Floppy) v4.00

Open source
DOS / Vista / Win2k / Win31 / Win7 / Win95 / Win98 / WinME / WinNT / WinXP
Memtest86+ is a utility designed to test whether your memory is in working order. It repeatedly writes an enormous amount of different patterns to all memory locations and reads them back again and verifies whether the result of the read is the same as what was written to memory.

There can be a multitude of reasons for running memtest, but foremost of all is of course to test whether your memory modules might be bad. Whenever you suspect your modules to be bad because of system crashes, lockups or reboots it would be nice to know whether the modules are in working order. Memtest86+ is a utility which tries to answer that question for you.

Memtest86+ is based on the well-known original Memtest86 written by Chris Brady.

Which version to choose:
  • Bootable ISO - For creating a bootable cd/dvd.
  • Bootable Binary - For creating a bootable floppy disc on Linux.
  • EXE file for USB Key - For bootable USB keys.
  • Floppy - For creating a bootable floppy disc on Windows.

Screenshots:

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Keywords:
memtest86+ memory module test error diagnostics tool

License type Open source1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 28 Sep 2013
Downloads 1,038
File size 267.31 kB (<1min @ 1Mbps)
Operating systems DOS / Vista / Win2k / Win31 / Win7 / Win95 / Win98 / WinME / WinNT / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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