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It's simple, either it is working 100% or the memory is faulty. As simple as that, there cannot be 98% working memory since DIMM modules(actual RAM) is addressed RANDOMLY, so you don't need to know any more specific information. So even when you have single bit of a RAM module faulty, you need to replace your RAM.

Which BANK the faulty RAM is actually is another story...

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