Tips for Troubleshooting Computer RAM That Has Gone Bad
Your computer uses random-access memory (RAM) to store the data that it needs to operate. RAM allows access to the data stored on it instantaneously, which is why you are able to easily switch between programs without delays. However, it's possible for the RAM to go bad at some point, which will require troubleshooting the problem to figure out what is wrong. Here is what you need to know to do this on its own.