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How to solve memory problem?


Memory can temporarily store computer calculations and data exchanged with external storage devices such as hard drives. In event of a memory failure, normal read and write data may be lost and computer cannot be turned on.

How to solve memory problem?

1. A memory failure will cause computer to not start normally and computer will not start normally with a long beep when turned on. If you encounter such a phenomenon, you can tell from self-test sound that malfunction is that memory test failed, which may be caused by poor memory contact or gold finger oxidation.

(1) Turn off power, open case, clean case of dust, check if memory module is installed correctly, reinstall memory module if there is any problem, and then turn it on to check. no problem, remove memory module.

(2) Wipe gold finger of memory card with an eraser to remove oxidized oxide layer of gold finger of memory card, and clean memory card slot with a blower.

(3) After cleaning, reinstall memory and turn it on for testing. If problem persists, it may be due to a memory slot failure.

(4) Insert memory module in another slot and run power-on test. If it passes self-test and logs in successfully, problem is resolved.

2. Error messages always appear when computer is running. When computer is running or a program is running, error messages often appear, such as memory cannot be "read" or "written".

How to solve memory problem?

According to dialog box that opens, problem is caused by memory and should be corrected soft first, then hard.

(1) Use latest anti-virus software to check for Trojan horses on your computer. Trojans will interfere with system files and cause system crashes. Do not run unknown files.

(2) If no viruses or Trojan horses are found, replace genuine software and run it to check for errors.

(3) If program can run normally on other computers, it means that local computer is faulty. Open case, clean dust and check if memory card is faulty, and replace memory card to check.

(4) If problem persists after replacing memory module, but system operates normally, it means that problem is caused by a system error. After system is reset, problem can be corrected.