N/APosted on - 08/26/2011
My RAM (Random Access Memory) is not serve good service. Because sometimes it does not beep any sound.
Ans sometimes it is not respond.
I cannot tell what is the main and prime option. But I am sure it is the RAM option.
Sometimes my windows screen will be splahing like a fisheries ne and I cannot move my mouse cursor.
Then a little beep sound is creating inside my PC.
Why RAM makes a beep sound?
Just I know this good answer.
Beeping sound caused by RAM
Your RAM does function properly but the main problem is not with your RAM but with the speed of operation. Whenever your processing speed exceeds a specified limit of RAM, the RAM stops for a bit of time or I might say it haults for a specific time period and then functions over the next commands in its data bus. Due to this, we generally observe a splashing effect as in water, over the monitor or a dragging effect.
The sound or beep produced is not produced by the RAM but by the HDD as RAM is 100% incapable of producing any noises. This noise is also a result of extreme load which is difficult to be executed by the Random Access Memory (RAM).