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Q5. A computer freezes at odd times. At first you suspect the power supply or overheating, but you have eliminated overheating and replaced the power supply without solving the problem. What do you do next?a. Replace the processor.b. Replace the motherboard.c. Reinstall Windows.d. Replace the memory modules.e. Flash BIOS.Ans5.If the problem continuous, I would reinstall the windows because the reason of stuck computer can be the corrupted windows. Further, I would check for the new version of BIOS/UEFI and then flash the BIOS.
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If the problem is still continued then one should go for the memory modules and try to replace them. Also, the last thing to do is replacing the motherboard or processor but before taking this step one should always try to solve the problem with other solutions.
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17. If 2 bits of a byte are in error when the byte is read from ECC memory, can ECCdetect the error? Canit fix the error?
20. A motherboard uses dual channeling, but you have four DIMMs available that differ in size. The motherboard supports all four sizes. Can you install these DIMMs on the board? Will dual channeling be enabled?
23. You are looking to purchase two DIMMs running at 400 MHz . You find DIMMs advertised at PC4000 and PC3200. Which do you purchase?

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