Generally if there is a problem with your computer’s memory then the system will prompt to run the Memory Diagnostics Tool. You can also test memory manually.


Click Start.

In the Start Search box type in mdsched and press the Enter key.

The Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool will be launched.

You will get two options as shown in the above picture.

Reboot your system and press the F1 key when Windows Memory Diagnostic is launched.

Test mix: Choose what type of test you want to run from Basic, Standard, and Extended. You can click on each option to go through the description so that you can select the desired one.

Cache: Choose the cache setting you want from Default, On, and Off for each test.

Pass count: Set the total number of times the entire test mix will repeat (Max = 15).

Finally, press F10 to launch the test.