lol no. iT would be a dos based program. You can't miss it. It would say memtest and give you options to run the tests.... If you restart with the floppy in the computer and it loads to windows then obviously it didnt los memtest.
Check boot sequence and try again. Make sure the floppy is bootbale, meaning you memtest is boatable.
If you downloaded an image and copied the floppy that way, it should work.
go here http://www.memtest86.com/#download0
Under "ISO images suitable for creating a bootable Memtest86 CDROM"
Download the image and burn the image using Nero to a cd and boot from cd...very simple.
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