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Addison

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How to fix RAM failure issue?
« on: July 13, 2015, 11:27:11 AM »
Hello buddies!

Everyone knows how essential Ram is for our computer and if RAM fails then you are unable to operate your computer properly.

I am suffering from exactly the same problem, my system’s RAM is not working and the computer is showing RAM failure message.

I have no idea what the problem is but repairing the RAM is very necessary for me. Therefore, please tell me how to fix this problem?

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How to fix RAM failure issue?
« on: July 13, 2015, 11:27:11 AM »

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Re: How to fix RAM failure issue?
« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2015, 07:45:52 AM »
Fixing the Problem by Removing Memory

To remove a RAM module you need to press the tiny levers on each end to release it.
Test each of your memory modules one at a time to find which ones are bad. When you find the sticks that are bad you can order replacements. It is possible all the memory modules are damaged if your computer experienced a serious power surge.
If all the memory modules appear bad, then the problem is likely with the memory slot itself. Try testing each memory module in each of the memory slots to find if one of the slots is faulty. To fix a faulty slot you would need to replace your motherboard.
When replacing a module, make sure the indention on the bottom is lined up correctly with the slot and then press it in until you hear the levers snap. Note that some levers do not make a snapping sound.
Other Possible Problems

RAM problems often go undiagnosed, but they also can be misdiagnosed. Some common problems that have nothing to do with memory can cause the symptoms listed above:

Many of the symptoms listed above can actually be caused by a hard drive problem. You can run a utility called CHKDSK by pressing the Windows button and R at the same time, typing CHKDSK into the dialog box, and pressing enter. Alternatively, you can click on Computer, right-click the drive you intend to scan, click Properties, then the Tools tab, and click Check now. Note you will need to restart your computer. Also, be aware this process may take an extended amount of time to finish running. If you hear your hard drive making lots of noise during normal operation, it may be the cause of your problems. Defragmenting your drive every few months is a good idea as well.
If the performance problems occur during graphic-intensive programs such as games or rendering, your graphics driver could be outdated. Be sure to always keep your drivers up to date.
Excessive heat in your machine can cause a variety of problems.
Random reboots can be cause by a failing power supply.
Dirt and dust can also cause issues that look like memory problems. It is a good idea to clean dust out of your computer at least once a year, more often if you have furry pets.
Your computer can also have a virus. Note that many people automatically assume any problem with their computer is caused by a virus and many large retail repair stores frequently misdiagnose hardware problems as viruses. Make sure you have a good anti-virus program and run scans on a regular basis.

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Re: How to fix RAM failure issue?
« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2015, 07:45:52 AM »

 

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