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Old 09-09-2006, 05:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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this may sound vague, and in the wrong section, alas, im think i have some memory isssues, and i was gonna do memtest, buuut, im confused, u dont have a floppy drive and it didnt want to work for usd of cd, so wat should i do?

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it works with a cd i've used before that way. those are the only two ways i know of doing it. just either try the cd method again from scratch or go out and spend 3 bucks for a used floppy drive at ur local store.

this post should go under hardware troubleshooting next time


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that memtest runs in windows no need for a floppy.
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