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Memory errors



Chris Torske wrote:
> Anyways; if I this memtest86 is completely accurate, then I may have a 
> chip that is starting to go bad.  I should probably just find which it 
> is and replace, but I am not because of lack of money.  Already had one 
> stick go bad, and haven't replaced that either.

Have you considered using the Linux BadRAM patch?
http://rick.vanrein.org/linux/badram/

This will only work if you're only using Linux on the machine. But it
will stop your dodgy memory from trashing your filesystem.

James.

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