gregory j pryzby
greg at pryzby.org
Tue Apr 24 08:57:18 EDT 2001
This is what Alan Cox used and spoke very highly of. Open Source and it
will pound your hardware and find any errors
On 24 Apr 2001 14:09:05 +0200, Gunnar Lindholm wrote:
> Hello 'wulfers.
> Does anybody know about any good programs to run to test for hardware errors?
> To calculate something well known is a good one, and I've heard of a memory tester that I'm currently trying to find.
> (wasn't a pentium bug discovered by comparing calculations... I think there was a notice about that on matlab's webbpage))
> I'm interested in links and ideas about how to test, so please send these to the list.
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