Signs Damaged In Memory

>> Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Memory is one of the main components are needed to support the performance of computers, because each command is executed on the computer is always saved first dimemori, then the process is processed by the processor. Memory continues to work from the computer turned on until the computer is turned off. Therefore, the memory is very likely to experience damage due to work on an ongoing basis.

In general, damage to memory can be divided into 2:
  1. Damage to computer memory that makes the total dead
  2. The damage that can cause errors in computer systems, such as blue screen, always restart, and also hangs.
Some things that can cause damage to memory as follows:
  1. Flow electricity fluctuates less stable
  2. Voltage channeled into too much memory. Usually happens if we do overclock computers
  3. Electromagnetic Effects
  4. Heat generated by other components Within the CPU
  5. Memory humid
While the first way that we can know there is damage to the memory, that is the view on the computer screen, then the computer make a sound "beep" long and repetitive. The condition indicates that the memory is not detected by the system

The steps that we can do to repair the damage the memory.
  1. Open the lid CPU casing, then remove the memory from the motherboard
  2. Clean the memory slot on the motherboard with a brush, blow dryer, or by vacuuming devoted to computer, this tool can be obtained in stores computer accessories
  3. Clean the memory pins with a pencil eraser, then reinstall the memory slot on the motherboard
After we did the above there are no signs still as usual, we try the second way, namely by using DX voltage using a multimeter. The voltage is used to make electric slot on the component IC exist in memory. The trick is as follows:
  1. Clean the memory pins with a cloth and liquid thinners to prevent the dirt, pour thinner on the memory is damaged, then clean with a brush. After that, dry with a soft clean cloth.
  2. Select a multimeter selector switch on the ohm scale, and adjust the position of the switch on the unit 1 K, 10 K, or 100 K
  3. Attach needle multimeter negative (black wire) on one pin / leg meori, and grit needle multimeter positive (red wire) on the set of IC legs, do the entire existing IC
  4. Replace the memory on the motherboard and turn on the computer.
Good luck good luck.


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