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  1. I am running Mac OS Sierra on Dell e5430 with 4 GB Ram and Intel HD 4000. Whenever i try to run it on CstActiveConfig 0x3 (only allowing unsigned kext) it shows some memory error and restarts. I want to run it on 0x3 to avoid permission corruption that usually occurs on 0x67 due to some softwares. I use OsxAptioFixDrv-64.efi because OsxAptioFixDrv2-64.efi does not work at all.
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    How To Run MemTest Under Mac OS X

    about: The following guide will show you how to run MemTest under Mac OS X. This will allow you to debug if you have bad ram or a bad over-clock. Originally Posted on here. Guide: Part 1: Installation 1. Download MemTest for Mac here 2. Go to your Downloads folder and locate the following package: 3. Run the MemTest Installer: 4. When the install is complete close the installer Part 2: Running MemTest 1. Open Terminal: 3. The following screen should appear: 4. Type in the following into terminal: memtest all 2 Or memtest all 5. Then press Enter 6. The following screen should appear: 7. Now wait for the results as this my take a few hours to running depending on the amount of ram you are using