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Started by gerald, 17:07, 12 August 15
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Quote from: Bryce on 21:18, 12 August 15Unfortunately I can only press the like button once, but it deserves several. What a great tool. Unfortunately many won't have a second option to get it onto a Lower ROMBoard or x-mem, but for people like me, it will get a permanent place in my "toolbox".Bryce.Edit: Would it be possible to report down to the bit level? That way you know exactly what IC you need to swap
Quote from: The Last Bandit on 21:56, 10 November 15Very very nice indeed. Just out of curiosity what algorithms are you using ? Marching 1/0 etc ?
Quote from: Munchausen on 10:57, 12 November 15This is great Are you counting bits 0-7 or 1-8 (0-7 I guess, just wanted to check...)?
Quote from: gerald on 11:00, 12 November 157-0
Quote from: VincentGR on 22:01, 12 November 15This is amazing!!!Can it be used direct to cpc's mobo or the rom board is the only option?
Quote from: Kris on 10:11, 13 November 15Very good idea; any chance that you continue to develop this soft ? (integration of the RAM size, detail on address # tested etc...) Thank you
Quote from: Bryce on 18:50, 03 December 16Hi @gerald, I know it's an old thread, but tonight I used this RAMTest for the first time where I didn't know what IC was damaged. And it gave me very strange results. The computer (standard 6128) reported that D4 (IC131) was damaged = All green, red stripe for D4. However, as soon as I swapped D4, it then reported all red except D4 (green stripe). Is there any reason why the program might react this way?Bryce.
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