|I read your post about PC-Doctor, and the accompanying |
comments casting doubt. In the spirit of transparency, I am
with the company, and can tell you that we constantly battle
with other companies that poach and misuse the PC-Doctor
name, a registered trademark that we own.
To clear any misconceptions, big manufacturers like HP,
Lenovo, Acer and others rely PC-Doctor diagnostics and
products to diagnose systems, and to distinguish between
hardware and software issues. If it claims to do anything other
than diagnose hardware (like virus checking, malware
checking, or registry checking), be very careful as it is not our
So, to your question ... the answer is yes, we are able to
check all hardware. As an individual, you would likely use is
PC-Doctor Service Center, which has both bootable and
Windows device tests and scripted tests (multiple tests to run
with the click of one button). You would obviously want to use
the bootable tests to run a memory test.
I hope this helps.