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Just tried physically removing the RAM of my PC while playing a YouTube video on Linux and on Windows. What do you think, what was the difference?

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  • 7
    Both freezed and returned system error?
  • 4
    Owww the difference, the error was different
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  • 3
    Your RAM is fried for one case ?
  • 4
    Did it start singing "Daisy Bell?"
  • 4
    But why?
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  • 15
    how are you allowed to be near any computer without adult supervision? =D
  • 2
    Poor RAM.
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  • 1
    Can't wait for the answer.

    I did that with pata discs,a friend of mine tried with removing one component at a time to see what happend and check how many be could remove before Windows stopped working :)
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    📌
  • 3
    The win 10 started updated and you weren't able to remove any physically component because of "new" win 10's feature

    Wich keeps the ram locked until the updated finishes?

    Idk
  • 3
    I thought it would freeze, but in both cases my PC went off. I just can't understand how could it show any error message like @Clear0Ff said? There is no memory to do that, isn't it?
  • 1
    @martikyan well ... i know the pc doesn't start without ram but i thought it will give an memory error or something
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    @martikyan
    Maybie if you have two sticks and remove one, you can get an error message?
  • 0
    @lines I'll try it next time
  • 0
    The OS was different
    The amount of RAM was different
    The amount of RAM slots were different
    Windows became blue, Linux stuttered and became black.

    ... :p
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    @martikyan if you take out ram from slot one, system just switches off otherwise an error message.

    (If you have installed 2 or more sticks)
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