How do computer virus affect RAM?
It can save itself to RAM and set itself as "undeletable".
It is probably because your computer does not have enough RAM (random access memory). The more RAM you have the more things you can do at once on your computer. If you have an older computer it usually won't have a lot of RAM so you may want to invest in more. It may also be a virus that slows down your computer, try running a virus scanner to try to get rid of any…
Most viruses cannot harm hardware, the only type of virus that can harm hardware is a Memory virus, which permanently writes itself to the Ram, or Memory of a computer, the best method to remove the virus is to replace the ram in the computer, which usually cost about 20 dollars for 2-4 gig cards, depending on their speed and retailer.
In most cases your computer will run very slowly once the anti virus program has been installed. If you have an older computer Internet security suites usually will be very heavy. I use a 7 year old computer that only has half a gig of ram so even though it has a decent CPU it lacks the ram to run such programs. I recommend avast if your computer has a heavy anti virus program installed…
computer virus are damaged the computer.it is not affect the people and also not spreading the diesease.here only machine is death. biological virus are cause the people and also spread the diesease among the people,here people are death,wituout computer peoples are live,but without people we can manage and usethe machine,so computer virus is better than biological virus
A virus can be sneaky and mostly the reason why a virus hacks your computer is because they want you to buy their product .About 4 months ago i had a computer virus on my computer called security tool it wanted me to buy there security . Another reason why is because they just want to annoy you or just damage your computer.
A computer virus is a programme, or piece of code, that is written to interfere with, and harm, your machine. A virus can replicate itself, spread to other computers, and attack other programmes on your computer. (By attack, we mean change or delete files.) Computer viruses affect computer the same way human viruses affect us there the name has come from the anology.
Spam itself does not affect your computer. That is just email. However, if you have a virus that is giving you the spam then that could affect your computer and reduce your computer's performance. In that case, the spam would be a symptom of the damage that is already done. If you click on download links in the spams, then you could install a virus, and that would lead to problems.
Viruses affect your computer's CPU by consuming both CPU time and resources. A virus is just like any other program: it needs dedication from the CPU to properly execute. This can cause the CPU to slow down significantly if your computer is infested with viruses, since the computer cannot respond to each and every process in a timely manner. There is also such thing as a "CPU virus". These viruses infect and damage the actual…