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If a stick of RAM is dead, it's dead. Don't try replacing a single chip, you're likely to damage the other chips and new chip trying to fit the thing, it's going to be practically impossible to solder (not to mention find a single chip to buy), it'll leave you with not only a dead stick but a dead chip too.

If you actually meant which stick is bad, take them all out and try to boot the computer with each single stick installed.

http://www.memtest.org/ is probably what you're looking for to test with.

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If a stick of RAM is dead, it's dead. Don't try replacing a single chip, you're likely to damage the other chips and new chip trying to fit the thing, it's going to be practically impossible to solder (not to mention find a single chip to buy), it'll leave you with not only a dead stick but a dead chip too.

If you actually meant which stick is bad, take them all out and try to boot the computer with each single stick installed.

http://www.memtest.org/ is probably what you're looking for to test with.

GAH I fail it's memtest not memcheck :'(
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No Every1 I'm just Experamenting, I can soler and replace RAM chips, :-)

But I need 2 find what chip is gone out.

I have done it Priviosly. & Worked just fine.

Im from Srilanka & we dont have Lietime warranty...:-(

So we just throw them Out, 

So Guys If you have such Gymix Stuff Please Let me Know, Ok,

I'm Still a Baby on this field.............. :D

Thanx,

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Im from Srilanka & we dont have Lietime warranty...:-(

yea I don't think you are and unless VaKo looks up your IP and tell me that I'm wrong (then I'll apoligise)

but still... it'd never work

haha wrong. But still, TDR u can re-solder chips on ram? thats rather kool (or ur using old ram) no offence but the DDRIII in my hands atm has around 50 solder point on each side of the chip, making it like 200 micro joints.

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