Thanks Late Night,
I failed to say in my initial post that the screen capture I posted showed Memtest86 while it was STILL RUNNING. It wasn't frozen or stopped. It was still cycling through tests but as you see there was a lot of garbage on the screen. Don't know if that makes any difference in your assessment. For now I will assume that it was a genuine error and double check the ram setting and voltage (which I should have done before running the test).
That is odd and not something I have seen before with memtest86+. I'm going to check into that a bit and see what the typical cause of garbage data like that being displayed on the screen while the program is still running is. Normally if there is an error it should be displayed in the lower half as part of the log showing when the error occurred. It may still be an error or it could just be that the particular version of memtest86+ has some issues that have yet to be resolved or it has a compatibility issue with your motherboard. You may also want to try another memory testing tool to see if it shows any errors. Another good memory testing tool that I would recommend is HCi memtest
. You might want to run it and see what happens.
Btw it's nsafreak, no offense taken