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Frizing the Memory

By noureddin ·
HI* I'v just seen a report on frizing RAM.
I wonder if it's possible to get the information and data which is stored in the RAM
by first frizing the RAM.
Thanks!

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Yes it is ...

Possible, but then why would you. It would have to be a very quick freeze if you intend to try it. the only way is to try it and find out and then give your answers on here. :) :)

Please post back if you have more problems or questions.

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Of course you get the data stored in RAM also if you don't freeze it

by robo_dev In reply to Frizing the Memory

Freezing the RAM allows the data to stay in RAM after the power is disconnected, allowing you to move the data from one PC to another, all while maintaining the ram at -65 or so.

Personally I find a USB flash drive works much better, and the risk of frostbite is reduced considerably.

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This concept takes me back to the 8-bit days, when ...

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Frizing the Memory

You could dump the contents of RAM to a cartridge, thereby examining it indefinitely.

It would be a helluva cartridge to dump my present system memory!

Not to mention the complete absence of a cartridge port.

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