Motherboard is Gigabyte P55-USB3; there are four 2GB DIMMs of Corsair Vengeance LP Black memory, they're about four and a half years old.
Trying to understand the results. Am I right in thinking that's there just 1 bit in error? It would seem from the MemTest web site that there's no straightforward way in determining, from these results, the DIMM that's in error, so it's down to individual DIMM testing by removal, swapping, etc. I realise there could be a memory slot problem, so I'll check for that possibility in the process.
One thought that does occur ot me. As & when I find the fault, and assuming it's a DIMM, what do I replace it with? Individual 2GB DIMMs of that brand are no longer available. What could I put in its place? Take two 2GB DIMMs out and replace by a 4 or 8GB?
Is there any real benefit of increasing RAM? I don't game; run very basic video editing, trimming and similar. Similarly basic audio editing using Audacity.
Happily running Windows 10 Pro on both desktop and laptop
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