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Old 01-17-2022, 04:16 AM   #41
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I have tried this one and all the tools work like charm except for windows 10 4 test. did you get this one working? When i click on the windows 10 for test it throw's an error so if i click on Enter or F8 does not do anything and shows the same error page again. Is there a change in the bios setting that is required? i watched the video available and saw that he selects the IGPU from the BIOS settings and i have that selected but seams like it does not make a difference for me even if i have no graphic card installed. If i install new version of windows in the partition for windows 10 it changes the config file and the grub is lost. So i have to restore the 1.pmf to get the grub menu back again but i loose the window 10 boot again. Currently i have windows 10 installed on a separate drive and use this for testing. My current setup is RAM testing tools on one drive and windows 10 on a different drive. Can anyone shed some light if you have tried this new version and got windows 10 to work from the grub menu.
It didn't work for me either, would be nice if it did but I haven't tried to get it working yet.
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Old 01-17-2022, 11:38 AM   #42
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You have to use easy bcd and delete the current windows 10 entry from the first partition, then reassign it.
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Old 01-22-2022, 09:48 AM   #43
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Managed to get this working with win10 on a 150g M2 SSD

I reinstalled win10, had to copy bootmgr from win10 recovery to c: and also had to run a bootrec /rebuildbcd

Happy days
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Old 01-24-2022, 12:11 AM   #44
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Managed to get this working with win10 on a 150g M2 SSD

I reinstalled win10, had to copy bootmgr from win10 recovery to c: and also had to run a bootrec /rebuildbcd

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Wow nice. Let me try this and will let you know today.
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Old 01-24-2022, 10:23 AM   #45
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Managed to get this working with win10 on a 150g M2 SSD

I reinstalled win10, had to copy bootmgr from win10 recovery to c: and also had to run a bootrec /rebuildbcd

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Thanks Bozog!! I got it fixed too.

For those who are stuck with the same error below is what I did.
I used a windows 10 installation USB and booted from the installation USB. I then selected "Repair" instead of install. Then i clicked on troubleshoot and selected command prompt. Use the below command as is in command prompt
BCDBOOT E:\windows then hit enter. i received a message Boot file successfully created. then closed command prompt and clicked continue. This rebooted my test bench and loaded in the grub menu. Now when i clicked windows for test and it started windows 10, it started windows repair and completed it successfully. Works smoothly now.

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Old 01-24-2022, 02:55 PM   #46
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Thanks Bozog!! I got it fixed too.

For those who are stuck with the same error below is what I did.
I used a windows 10 installation USB and booted from the installation USB. I then selected "Repair" instead of install. Then i clicked on troubleshoot and selected command prompt. Use the below command as is in command prompt
BCDBOOT E:\windows then hit enter. i received a message Boot file successfully created. then closed command prompt and clicked continue. This rebooted my test bench and loaded in the grub menu. Now when i clicked windows for test and it started windows 10, it started windows repair and completed it successfully. Works smoothly now.
Nice one
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Old 01-27-2022, 08:42 AM   #47
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trying to do the test on higher frequencies u have to navigate to the folder that tserver runs from but im not sure exactly how to do it any help would be appreciated. the code is below

./agt -mem=1000
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./tserver -boardtest=memfa
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Old 01-27-2022, 10:02 AM   #48
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Obviously card type dependant, but I think its "cd /home/570"

If not you can type "cat 570" to see which directory the script changes to
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Old 01-27-2022, 10:04 AM   #49
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Obviously card type dependant, but I think its "cd /home/570"

If not you can type "cat 570" to see which directory the script changes to
thanks i will give it a try
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Old 02-01-2022, 02:16 AM   #50
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Hi, I downloaded the files but the extension is .pmf not rar, if I change the extension and try to run winrar I get the message, the arhive is corrupt. I did something wrong when I dowloaded the files?
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Old 02-01-2022, 04:42 AM   #51
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Hi, I downloaded the files but the extension is .pmf not rar, if I change the extension and try to run winrar I get the message, the arhive is corrupt. I did something wrong when I dowloaded the files?
you don't need to convert the file extension. download diskgenius from the diskgenius website. just enter the keyword "diskgenius" in google and the first result is the correct one. .pmf is a partition format and readable with diskgenius. Download and install the application. with diskgenius you need to restore the partition file which are the .pmf files. Along with the folders you have downloaded from Bozog's torrent link, there is a video and a pdf file which demonstrates how to go about creating your disk. Its in Mandarin(Chinese) but its easy to follow just by watching at what the guys does. If you still find it difficult just post here. i will find a way to create a document with instructions.

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Old 02-01-2022, 07:33 AM   #52
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Thank you, i will do that, will keep you informed!
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Old 02-01-2022, 10:00 AM   #53
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Obviously card type dependant, but I think its "cd /home/570"

If not you can type "cat 570" to see which directory the script changes to
couldn't get that working got to the home directory but no 570 dir was there and the cat 570 command wouldn't work
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Old 02-01-2022, 12:27 PM   #54
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No cat 570 won't work after you've changed to the home directory, try one of these:
cd /mods/580
cd /mods/rx570
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Old 02-17-2022, 08:57 AM   #55
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So what did you use to download JDownloader??

Seriously though, mine stalled at 8.8gb. So I started to download JDownloader, as I installed it the download started again lol.
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Can I test AMD HD6xxx cards with tserver?
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Old 03-02-2022, 12:54 AM   #57
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Can I test AMD HD6xxx cards with tserver?
I got a suggestion: dmgg.py
This is a python script which is good for testing AMD card memory.

https://aperturescience.ru/threads/r...ti-amd.450942/
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how i test gtx vram laptop in program mods(mats)
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Old 04-12-2022, 12:28 AM   #60
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hello,
after booting in legacy the menu appears,
and when I want to test AMD rx4xx/rx5xx it gives me an error.

error 13 invalid or unsupported executable format
press any key to continue

has anyone else encountered this problem?
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