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OS 10.5 - Apple Hardware Test messages


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Well, not sure if this is the right forum to post since this is a software to test hardware. Anyway...

I ran Apple Hardware Test 3 times and got the following error messages:

Pass1: 4MEM/6/40000000: 13360004
Pass2: 4MEM/4/40000000: 111c4004
Pass3: 4MEM/4/40000000: 1644d700

I have no idea what this means. Can anyone help?

machine: Macbook 1,83GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
OS: 10.5.7

2GB of RAM from crucial.com installed

Thanks.
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Maybe you have some kind og memory error? As it says Pass1: 4MEM <- MEM = Memory.

If so it is a easy problem to fix, just replace the memory. What kind of Mac do you have?, and have you or someone else (a store or something) installed extra memory in it?

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And if you want to do a more complete memory examination, have a look at a utility such as Memtest:-

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