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PowerBook - Application to test memory ?


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is it memtest... or is there something better?

i just received 2 gb of RAM in the mail today, and it seems to working fine, in my "about this mac" window, it clearly says i have 2GB, which is good. but i'd still like to do a test.

so will memtest do the trick ?

edit: i just typed in memtest in Macupdate.com ...and Rember 0.3.3 is shown instead?
http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/15837
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