Em Qua, 2004-02-11 às 06:24, Thomas E. Vaughan escreveu: > On Wed, Feb 11, 2004 at 05:17:35PM +0100, Francesco P. > Lovergine wrote: > > > > There are good probability that you have some ram problem. > > Run memtest86 in standalone mode to check it. > > Thanks for responding. > > What is "standalone mode"? I know how to boot to > single-user mode by typing the image label followed by > "single" at the LILO command line. Is that what you mean? I suggest use GRUB, and call memtest86 on a GRUB shell command line. Do apt-get install grub and run grub-install /dev/hda. Copy the menu.lst /usr/share/doc/grub/examples/menu.lst from /boot/grub and edit for you settings. Then put the memtest entry on /boot/grub/menu.lst like: title = Memory Testing kernel = (hd0,0)/boot/memtest86.bin On boot, select the Memory Testing and open one wine glass for relax! 's -- Outgoing mail is certified Windows Free. Checked by Debian GNU/Linux <http://www.debian.org>. "free your computer and your soul will follow..."
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