- Published in issue 2/1996 on page 18
Today's computers invsriabky requlre vast amounts of memory, with 16 Mbytes of DRAM generally accepted as a kind of minimum for Windows 96 to run smoothly on, say, a multimedia Pentium machine. Having lots of memory available in your PC is great, but what do you do when it does not work all of a sudden? To remain stuck with a 'memory error' during a boot-up sequence is a frustrating and dbheartenlng experience, and finding the faulty RAM chip is pretty difficult. Up to now, because we present a tester that runs a thorough check on most types of SIMM in use today.