If you run out of RAM, your computer can start running very slow, give you error messages or even stop responding all together. Once you run out of physical memory, your computer will attempt to swap things out of the RAM and into virtual memory. If the page file grows to its maximum allowed size, you will likely start getting out of memory errors. If you do not close programs and release some memory, you may experience some lock ups and need to reboot.
ram means how fast your computer runs.
If your computer runs out of ram it will use virtual memory, essentially meaning it will borrow space from the hard drive.
False. If the computer runs out of RAM, it borrows space from the hard drive.
It will be hang.
Adding RAM (Random Access Memory) depends on how many RAM Slots your computer has. If you have an empty slot or can upgrade RAM in existing slots, yes you can upgrade your RAM.
The contents of RAM are lost when power is cut.
It becomes slow.
RAM is temporray storage for aplacations that are cerently open when power is off RAM is reset
The information stored in RAM is lost after power is switched off.
The BIOS will generate an error message.
It's like brain of humans, more RAM more speed. RAM is where all applications which runs on computer stored, if it has more memory, more performance
A data file in RAM when your computer loses power just goes away forever. It cannot be retrieved, because RAM is a temporary spot, not a permanent one.
The computer most likely will not boot,RAM is how data gets from point a to point b, if theres no highway for data to travel(RAM) how can the computer boot?
True... add-ons and/or toolbars are loaded into memory (RAM)... The less RAM you have available to the computer's processor - the slower the computer runs.
The amount of RAM depends on the computer.
No, a computer uses RAM (Random Axcess Memory) to function. RAM also determines the speed of you're computer; the more RAM the faster he computer.
When computer runs out of RAM, it starts swapping things on your hard disk. So, your HDD acts as a virtual memory. But it is a slow process. You can use USB flash drive too as it is much faster.
RAM speed is how fast your computer goes. The more RAM, the faster your computer.
More RAM => faster computer
it justifies how powerfull you computer, the bigger the ram the better
As long as you have the expansion slot (PCI, APG, PCI-Ex) available; Yes you can.
It searches for an operating system and loads it into RAM.
the information is lost after power is switched off.