I'm not really trying to do anything.
I understand that failed memory is failed memory and there is no practical solution other than getting new sticks.
But because I understand hex values and instruction sets and stack traces and memory/register dumps, I would like to at least know what those various fields represent when my system takes a dump. There must be a reference somewhere and there must be a fellow slack user that knows where it is.
And just for argument sake...a real pro might could hack the kernel and tell the system to skip a bad block of addresses. Might come in handy during nuclear winter or something