Sadly, none have done a good job of detecting just big enough power supplies (an item I used to see daily) or the domed/leaking motherboard capacitors that plagued many machines and still do. Those machines will run fine once they heat up so how would such software figure that out?
I think the tried and true methods of a visual inspection of the usual failing items would uncover design flaws and one more thing. No SPYWARE allowed.
Hi There does anybody know of software that takes a computer through its paces, to establish if the system motherboard / chipset / graphics card / cpu / memory etc is stable or likely to crash. I know there are programs out there that automaticaly run various programs like Excel and Acess etc over a 24hr period that the Pro's use but cant seem to find them. I don't mind paying for them or shareware if there is such a thing. I will thank you in antisipation of your replies.
Kindest Regards Tony B.