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    Hi,
    I tried to use RAMMon as administrator and got message Run RAMMon with DEBUGMODE etc
    how do I do this ?
    Any help welcome
    Thanks
    Peter

  • #2
    RAMMon always runs as admin. It needs to to collect the system information.

    You can run RAMMon in debug mode by setting the command line argument "DEBUGMODE". Don't forget to add a space character before the argument.

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    • #3
      Thanks for your prompt reply
      Hi here are both logs.(Sorry I could not upload txt files)
      Thans again for your help.
      RAMMon:
      RAMMon: 14:36:19 24-Mar-2019 - ParseCommandLine[4371]: "DEBUGMODE" is a command line argument
      RAMMon: 14:36:48 24-Mar-2019 - RAMMon v1.1 Build: 1001 built with SysInfo v2.0 Build: 1002
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - BIOS INFO:
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Award Software International, Inc. V F5, 09/24/2003
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - iNumber RAMModules (available slots): 3
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - RAM Module #0
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Ram Capcity: 1073741824
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Memory Type: 2
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Position in Row: 0
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Memory Location: A0
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Speed: 333
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Manufacturer Raw:
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Manufacturer:
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Serial Number:
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - RAM Module #1
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Ram Capcity: 1073741824
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Memory Type: 2
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Position in Row: 0
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Memory Location: A1
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Speed: 333
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Manufacturer Raw:
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Manufacturer:
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Serial Number:
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - RAM Module #2
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Ram Capcity: 1073741824
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Memory Type: 2
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Position in Row: 0
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Memory Location: A2
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Speed: 333
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Manufacturer Raw:
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Manufacturer:
      RAMMon: 14:37:02 24-Mar-2019 - Serial Number:
      RAMMon: 14:37:03 24-Mar-2019 - Motherboard Manufactuer:
      RAMMon: 14:37:03 24-Mar-2019 - Motherboard Model:
      RAMMon: 14:37:03 24-Mar-2019 - Motherboard Version:
      RAMMon: 14:37:03 24-Mar-2019 - Motherboard Serial Number:
      RAMMon: 14:37:03 24-Mar-2019 - Windows 7 Ultimate Edition Service Pack 1 build 7601 (32-bit)
      RAMMon: 14:37:08 24-Mar-2019 - InitDialog[1163]: Getting Memory Summary
      RAMMon: 14:37:08 24-Mar-2019 - Calculating total physical memory...
      RAMMon: 14:37:08 24-Mar-2019 - InitDialog[1276]: Populating ListView with SPD Info
      RAMMon: 14:37:08 24-Mar-2019 - InitDialog[1660]: No memory sticks detected!
      RAMMon: 14:37:49 24-Mar-2019 - ParseCommandLine[4371]: "DEBUGMODE" is a command line argument
      RAMMon: 14:37:54 24-Mar-2019 - RAMMon v1.1 Build: 1001 built with SysInfo v2.0 Build: 1002
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - BIOS INFO:
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Award Software International, Inc. V F5, 09/24/2003
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - iNumber RAMModules (available slots): 3
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - RAM Module #0
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Ram Capcity: 1073741824
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Memory Type: 2
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Position in Row: 0
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Memory Location: A0
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Speed: 333
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Manufacturer Raw:
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Manufacturer:
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Serial Number:
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - RAM Module #1
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Ram Capcity: 1073741824
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Memory Type: 2
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Position in Row: 0
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Memory Location: A1
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Speed: 333
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Manufacturer Raw:
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Manufacturer:
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Serial Number:
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - RAM Module #2
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Ram Capcity: 1073741824
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Memory Type: 2
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Position in Row: 0
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Memory Location: A2
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Speed: 333
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Manufacturer Raw:
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Manufacturer:
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Serial Number:
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Motherboard Manufactuer:
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Motherboard Model:
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Motherboard Version:
      RAMMon: 14:38:13 24-Mar-2019 - Motherboard Serial Number:
      RAMMon: 14:38:14 24-Mar-2019 - Windows 7 Ultimate Edition Service Pack 1 build 7601 (32-bit)
      RAMMon: 14:38:17 24-Mar-2019 - InitDialog[1163]: Getting Memory Summary
      RAMMon: 14:38:17 24-Mar-2019 - Calculating total physical memory...
      RAMMon: 14:38:17 24-Mar-2019 - InitDialog[1276]: Populating ListView with SPD Info
      RAMMon: 14:38:17 24-Mar-2019 - InitDialog[1660]: No memory sticks detected!

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      • #4
        Award Software International, Inc. V F5, 09/24/2003
        This is at least 16 year old PC ?

        This RAM might be old enough that it uses the older parallel presence detect (PPD) method instead of serial presence detect (SPD). See,
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_presence_detect

        But in any case it doesn't look like RAMMon supports it, and we aren't going back to work on machines this old.

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        • #5
          OK thanks
          Peter

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