Re: memtest86+ fails at address '00000000000 - 0.0MB'
Dave Ewart wrote:
That depends upon whether you are confident with soldering tools, and
possess a suitable one with which to re flow the solder around the
On Wednesday, 21.06.2006 at 13:49 +0100, Peter Hillier-Brook wrote:
Dry joint on the memory socket in the motherboard? You've described
the classic symptoms of a dry joint failing at higher temperatures as
the system/motherboard warms up.
So, you're saying the motherboard is failing and should be replaced?
From your original question I would guess that this is not the case
and, yes, a new motherboard beckons.