Kernel Panic Caused by Defective in Memory/RAM

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If the computer crashes often during the boot process, there is a possibility that it is because of a defective memory (RAM) module. (There could be other reasons too naturally).

To check if the RAM module is working properly (memory modules) do as follows:

  • Boot the system and press SHIFT at the same time.
  • The GRUB menu will show up. Click on Memtest86 (memory test).
  • The system will perform a memory test. At the end of this test, the defective parts (if any) will be listed and marked in red.

Hint: To know exactly which memory module is defective, you can remove all memory modules and check each of them individually by running the above test.


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