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    Hello everyone,

    One follow-up question I had related to memtest86+ (v.4.2). So far I've tested three 4GB sticks from my new build, memtest86+ correctly sees I have 4079MB of RAM in each case, and so far they have all passed. Now I'm on my last stick + last slot (decided to test sticks + slots at the same time). I noticed while it was running through each of the tests across the addresses, that after it's done testing the 2048-3064 range, that it jumps to 4096 - 5112?? Meanwhile it still shows it 4079MB as the total memory.

    Is that just a simply little coding bug, or is that an indication of another problem?



    Thanks much.
    ped
    Last edited by ped; 02-09-2012, 02:04 PM.
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  • #2
    Re: Memtest86+ v.4.2 skipping last GB of ram?

    It could be a coding bug, or an incompatibility with some of your hardware, not sure? I know I suggested this program, so sorry it's already making you ask questions!

    That would be something best answered by the team over at their forum
    Memtest86+ Official forum

    I've never noticed it before, so it may be normal for some reason? I'll test myself tonight and pay attention to the test to see if I observe the same as you mention. Does it only happen with test 3# as shown in your image, or any test?

    It could be because it's a 32 bit program, so it may not be able to access more than 4GB minus reserved amount? I know a x64 version is coming very soon.

    *Edit*

    Found this directly related comment by one of the programmers, it's not exact but close, maybe they've just changed the area reserved for this. I'll let you know what I observe later tonight.
    The 4736MB upper limit is not incorrect, memory from ~4300-4096MB gets remapped to above 4096MB because that region is mapped to PCI/AGP/PCIe peripherals.
    http://forum.canardpc.com/threads/52...memtest-bad-or
    Last edited by Lsdmeasap; 02-09-2012, 03:56 PM.

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    • #3
      Re: Memtest86+ v.4.2 skipping last GB of ram?

      Originally posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
      It could be a coding bug, or an incompatibility with some of your hardware, not sure? I know I suggested this program, so sorry it's already making you ask questions!

      That would be something best answered by the team over at their forum
      Memtest86+ Official forum

      I've never noticed it before, so it may be normal for some reason? I'll test myself tonight and pay attention to the test to see if I observe the same as you mention. Does it only happen with test 3# as shown in your image, or any test?

      It could be because it's a 32 bit program, so it may not be able to access more than 4GB minus reserved amount? I know a x64 version is coming very soon.
      *Edit*

      Found this directly related comment by one of the programmers, it's not exact but close, maybe they've just changed the area reserved for this. I'll let you know what I observe later tonight.

      4G memory - e820 bad, memtest bad or ???
      No worries at all about the recommandation, in fact switched over to it from another source that it was better. So you reinforced the solution. :)

      And thanks for that developer's quote. I think that may explain it quite well.
      To answer your questions:
      - It occured on every test
      - i even started it with a full bank of RAM - 16GB total. Whats happening is in this configuration it still skips the 3GB-4GB range, the next range is now 4-6 GB (instead of 4-5), and then after it scans 14-16GB, it does a scan of 16-17GB. Maybe the quote is the answer?

      Very interested to see if you see the same thing in the 3-4GB range.

      Do you recommend i still post my question on their developers forum?

      Cheers.
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      • #4
        Re: Memtest86+ v.4.2 skipping last GB of ram?

        Ahh ok, well that's good to know! I just felt bad seeing you have issues after I just suggested for you to use it!

        I'll test later today about the memory skipping for you, just so we can be sure because I've never really noticed it myself I don't think, or if I did I didn't think much about it.

        I'll test though and let you know! I'll try with 2x2GB, 2x3GB, and 2x8GB just to see if it always happens. Yes, I'd still go ahead and ask in their forum, just to see if they also mention what I quoted from their forum.

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        • #5
          Re: Memtest86+ v.4.2 skipping last GB of ram?

          Originally posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
          Ahh ok, well that's good to know! I just felt bad seeing you have issues after I just suggested for you to use it!

          I'll test later today about the memory skipping for you, just so we can be sure because I've never really noticed it myself I don't think, or if I did I didn't think much about it.

          I'll test though and let you know! I'll try with 2x2GB, 2x3GB, and 2x8GB just to see if it always happens. Yes, I'd still go ahead and ask in their forum, just to see if they also mention what I quoted from their forum.
          Ok i guess I'm more curious what you found in your test before I'll post. :)

          If not, will post later tonight if nothing else.

          Oh, BTW i ran a 22 hour test last night, 10 passes for the 16GB. So curious if anyone recommends a followup software to these tests. Maybe the windows version, also called memtest? Or should i be good barring the 3-4gb range discussion.
          Last edited by ped; 02-10-2012, 05:05 PM.
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          • #6
            Re: Memtest86+ v.4.2 skipping last GB of ram?

            You can download and view a short 39 second Memtest86+ v4.20 video that shows the typical memory range "skipping" with 4GB of more of memory on my P35-DS3L system.
            http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?2cktvscgtz0udkb

            You should stress test your system using Prime95 and/or HCI Memtest.
            With Prime95 I suggest running each of the tests (Blend, Small FFT, and Large FFT) for at least 6 - 12 hours or more. Longer tests are better.
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            • #7
              Re: Memtest86+ v.4.2 skipping last GB of ram?

              I have the same exact problem!!!
              My memtest skips 2gb-4gb region of the memory.
              When it does skips that portion, it flashes "relocated" message right next to it. Does your do that too?
              Have you found the solution to your problem by any chance?

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              • #8
                Re: Memtest86+ v.4.2 skipping last GB of ram?

                If you look closely at the video, you will see that memory appears to be skipped from about 3500 - 4096, but the last portion of each test then appears to be testing memory addresses about 500MB higher than the memory's highest address space. This is not a program bug.

                @Iskaryotes
                If you are using the older Memtest, version 3.x program instead of using the Memtest86+ program, your problem is due to a bug in the older, original version that hasn't been upgraded for quite a while.
                I've never seen flashing "relocated" message using Memtest86+.
                We don't know anything about your computer hardware, so we can't advise you further.
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                • #9
                  Re: Memtest86+ v.4.2 skipping last GB of ram?

                  Originally posted by profJim View Post
                  If you look closely at the video, you will see that memory appears to be skipped from about 3500 - 4096, but the last portion of each test then appears to be testing memory addresses about 500MB higher than the memory's highest address space. This is not a program bug.

                  @Iskaryotes
                  If you are using the older Memtest, version 3.x program instead of using the Memtest86+ program, your problem is due to a bug in the older, original version that hasn't been upgraded for quite a while.
                  I've never seen flashing "relocated" message using Memtest86+.
                  We don't know anything about your computer hardware, so we can't advise you further.
                  I am actually using Memtest86+ program.
                  Also, even the video shows "relocated" message. If you look REALLY closely between 15-16 sec of the video (top right, underneath "one's & zeros), you will see "relocated" message flash REALLY quickly.
                  and that is what I am talking about.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Memtest86+ v.4.2 skipping last GB of ram?

                    My own video proves me wrong
                    The message flashes very quickly just as the test memory address range changes from "184 - 2048" to "2048 - 3583".
                    If you're gonna be that picky, you should be an assembly language programmer.

                    With 8gb of ram, the memory address test ranges are:
                    _184 - 2048
                    2048 - 3583
                    4096 - 6144
                    6144 - 8192
                    8192 - 8704

                    note:
                    4096 minus 3583 = 513
                    8704 minus 8192 = 512

                    I'll leave it to an Intel memory specialist to explain why it works this way.
                    I'm confident that Memtest86+ is testing all available memory.
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                    • #11
                      Re: Memtest86+ v.4.2 skipping last GB of ram?

                      Originally posted by profJim View Post
                      My own video proves me wrong
                      The message flashes very quickly just as the test memory address range changes from "184 - 2048" to "2048 - 3583".
                      If you're gonna be that picky, you should be an assembly language programmer.

                      With 8gb of ram, the memory address test ranges are:
                      _184 - 2048
                      2048 - 3583
                      4096 - 6144
                      6144 - 8192
                      8192 - 8704

                      note:
                      4096 minus 3583 = 513
                      8704 minus 8192 = 512

                      I'll leave it to an Intel memory specialist to explain why it works this way.
                      I'm confident that Memtest86+ is testing all available memory.
                      Hehe. But the problem with mine is that it "relocated" a whole lot of memory.
                      It goes from 0-2gb to 4-6gb. It skips over 2-4gb really quickly (that's when it flashes "relocated").
                      I am just worried that that is where all the bad sectors are and the computer automatically skips that portion because it already knows it's bad.
                      Then I would effectively be using 14gb of RAM instead of 16gb.
                      Even though 14gb is PLENTY, I paid for 16gb and I am determined to get my money's worth!!! lol
                      Well, I filed for RMA with newegg and I will run the test with fresh set of RAM and see what happens.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Memtest86+ v.4.2 skipping last GB of ram?

                        Skipping memory as you've described is a problem.
                        Was your system running at stock settings when you were testing.
                        Usually, if there is a dead memory module or a bad memory slot, the system won't boot or will freeze during the post process.
                        It would be interesting to see what happens when running the windows memory diagnostic program from a bootable floppy or usb drive.
                        The are also some live Linux packages with memory diagnostic software that you can burn to an optical drive to test your hardware.

                        If you have a problem with your new memory, create your own thread and be sure to create a detailed hardware list in your forum signature.
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                        • #13
                          Re: Memtest86+ v.4.2 skipping last GB of ram?

                          Originally posted by profJim View Post
                          @Iskaryotes
                          If you are using the older Memtest, version 3.x program instead of using the Memtest86+ program, your problem is due to a bug in the older, original version that hasn't been upgraded for quite a while.
                          I've never seen flashing "relocated" message using Memtest86+.
                          We don't know anything about your computer hardware, so we can't advise you further.
                          Sorry to correct this, and not trying to single you out because I've seen several admins say the exact same thing, however we need to stop telling everyone that "memtest86" is the older version that has not been updated for awhile. It was indeed the case for awhile, but that has changed.

                          That's exactly what got me. On top of the fact that if you search "best memory testers" you get some guy on "pcsupport.about.com" that has no time/date stamp (that drives me nuts about this stie), and the #1 recommendation is memtest86. Memtest86+ is 4th on his list because "it's identical to memtest86, and it would be like running the same program twice". So to those looking for the latest info (like myself) or people brand new to this, they wouldn't know. And I know about how memtest86+ was a fork from the original memtest86, and now seems both forks are being worked. :/

                          Couple that with the fact that:
                          MEMTEST86:
                          Version 4.0a (Released 20-Aug-2011)
                          • Multi-threaded with up to 16 Cores
                          • Tests Up to 64 GB of memory
                          MEMTEST86+:
                          ** Memtest86+ V4.20 (25/01/2011) **
                          • Download - Pre-Compiled Bootable ISO (.gz)
                          • Download - Pre-Compiled Bootable ISO (.zip)
                          You think you are making the better choice since MEMTEST86 is more recent.

                          Of course what you don't realize is that Memtest86 despite being more recent, does not seem as stable. So in any case, I completely agree that I won't be using the original for awhile, just if I go by release dates alone, won't make the correct choice.

                          Cheers.
                          Last edited by ped; 02-11-2012, 05:38 PM.
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                          • #14
                            Re: Memtest86+ v.4.2 skipping last GB of ram?

                            Originally posted by profJim View Post
                            You can download and view a short 39 second Memtest86+ v4.20 video that shows the typical memory range "skipping" with 4GB of more of memory on my P35-DS3L system.
                            http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?2cktvscgtz0udkb

                            You should stress test your system using Prime95 and/or HCI Memtest.
                            With Prime95 I suggest running each of the tests (Blend, Small FFT, and Large FFT) for at least 6 - 12 hours or more. Longer tests are better.
                            Download links are in the http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...ity-tools.html thread.
                            Ok thanks mucho. Will check that forum and go next.

                            So Prime95 is used also to just test memory performance, or is that more of the stability aspect? Would for example Prime95 potentially uncover memory problems?

                            And thanks much to confirm that HCI memtest is a good follow-up. If there any tips, most appreciated if they could be past along. Meanwhile I'll look at the forum post.

                            Thanks to everyone who helped clarify the skipping problem! Seems to be no issue, and simply part of how the addressing works!

                            Cheers everyone.
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                            • #15
                              Re: Memtest86+ v.4.2 skipping last GB of ram?

                              Sorry, I never had time to test yet, but sounds like I may not need to now right?

                              @ Iskaryotes, is all of your memory showing correctly in system properties, and in Task Manager / Performance Tab (Physical Memory Total)?

                              You are correct Ped! It's finally been updated, I will however still be using and advising 86+ most likely, but I will check out the updated 86

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