Yes. The settings in my paper are specific to the particular model of Toshiba that I've used - the C655-S5339. Mark bought a C655-S5504 which is a model exclusive to Best Buy in the US. Anything of the same "breed" will work - that is with the B950 or B960 processor.
After 1 hour and 20 minutes, it completed one pass. It gave me the message, "Pass complete, no errors, press Esc to exit." I consider the memtest complete and I have no problems with my memory (computer that is).
Gary-I have the laptop upstairs right now because I just ran the memory test and we know that's ok. I went ahead and fired Foobar up and I'm letting it play randomly. Of course I had to change the output settings because the 0404 is not hooked up to it upstairs and it is just using the internal sound card and the horrible built in speakers which I have on mute. I'm going to let it play for awhile and see if it crashes.
I have not done an extensive, very serious, blind comparison, but based on my impressions, the new (Jan 2012) laptop server with a USB external HDD and a USB DAC, the old server (Oct 2010) sounds better with USB DAC and eSATA external HDD.
That might work just fine if there is a way to reduce the speed of the CPU so that the fan doesn't kick on. Since they are pre-owned, you should be able to check it on the BIOS set-up screen if it is possible.
For those of you using an iPad with Remote to control the original server or the laptop server, Remote 2.3 released by Apple breaks TouchRemote because of a tighter implementation of Fairplay. So, if you don't need it, do not upgrade from Remote 2.2. There is supposed to be a temporary fix, but I haven't been able to get it to work.