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Old February 18th 13, 12:17 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.newusers
Norvin Gordon
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Default memory problem??

I have gotten the following message several times and not sure what it
means.

The instruction at “0x0356bdf7” referenced memory at “0x01080016”. The
memory could not be “read”.

Does anyone know of a free memory test to run?

Thanks
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Old February 18th 13, 01:09 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.newusers
Barry Schwarz[_2_]
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Default memory problem??

It usually means your program has a bug rather than your memory
hardware is defective. Does it happen to only a single application?

On Sun, 17 Feb 2013 17:17:57 -0600, Norvin Gordon
wrote:

I have gotten the following message several times and not sure what it
means.

The instruction at “0x0356bdf7” referenced memory at “0x01080016”. The
memory could not be “read”.

Does anyone know of a free memory test to run?

Thanks


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Old February 18th 13, 03:52 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.newusers
Norvin Gordon
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Default memory problem??

Norvin Gordon wrote:
I have gotten the following message several times and not sure what it
means.

The instruction at “0x0356bdf7” referenced memory at “0x01080016”. The
memory could not be “read”.

Does anyone know of a free memory test to run?

Thanks

It has happened only 4-5 times in the last couple weeks. You bring up a
good point and I will have to pay more attention to what is going on
when I get another error. I did run PC-Doctor and it said everything was
fine so it supports your idea more. Thanks for the response.
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Old February 18th 13, 03:53 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.newusers
Norvin Gordon
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Default memory problem??

Barry Schwarz wrote:
It usually means your program has a bug rather than your memory
hardware is defective. Does it happen to only a single application?

On Sun, 17 Feb 2013 17:17:57 -0600, Norvin Gordon
wrote:

I have gotten the following message several times and not sure what it
means.

The instruction at “0x0356bdf7” referenced memory at “0x01080016”. The
memory could not be “read”.

Does anyone know of a free memory test to run?

Thanks


It has happened only 4-5 times in the last couple weeks. You bring up a
good point and I will have to pay more attention to what is going on
when I get another error. I did run PC-Doctor and it said everything was
fine so it supports your idea more. Thanks for the response.
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Old February 18th 13, 08:09 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.newusers
J. P. Gilliver (John)
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Default memory problem??

In message , Norvin Gordon
writes:
Norvin Gordon wrote:
I have gotten the following message several times and not sure what
it means.
The instruction at β€œ0x0356bdf7” referenced memory at
β€œ0x01080016”. The memory could not be β€œread”.
Does anyone know of a free memory test to run?
Thanks

It has happened only 4-5 times in the last couple weeks. You bring up a
good point and I will have to pay more attention to what is going on
when I get another error. I did run PC-Doctor and it said everything was
fine so it supports your idea more. Thanks for the response.


I think memtest86 is the original:
http://www.memtest86.com/technical.htm
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