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Sunday, October 22, 2017

Memory matters

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Memory matters
Q. Norton Diagnostics' memory test fail after I installed more memory, Why ?

A. If you have more than 256MB RAM installed, you will receive a memory failure message when you run Symantec's Norton Diagnostics. The problem is caused by a limitation of the test and does not mean that you have faulty RAM.

According to the Symantec Web site, "Norton Diagnostics cannot run a memory test on systems having more than 256MB of memory. This is a limitation of Norton Diagnostics and it is not a problem with your computer's RAM."

Symantec doesn't currently have a way to fix this problem, so your best course of action is just to ignore any error messages you receive.

You can find Symantec's description of the problem at http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/nunt.nsf/docid/1999090713442709&src
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