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The image for memtest is normally a bootable FD or CD.
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In some BIOS's you can turn an option on so when you boot it will run memtest86.
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Ok thanks .. know i now it .. ehmm should i just use the disk installed it on ansd then go to bios and then put it on boot from disk?
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