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PC specs checking

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by kokaik, Jan 22, 2002.

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  1. kokaik

    kokaik Thread Starter

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    Dear all

    I have received 3 old pcs from my parent comapny and I do not know how to check the hardware specs ie PI/II/III RAM etc.

    Software I know I can check in the add/Remove program.

    Pls help. Thanks
     
  2. deuce

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    Check ram after the ram count when you start, and also in your system properties. (right click my computer) You should be able to also check if the cpu is celeron, PII, PIII, P4, AMD, whatever, but in case you can't, you can check right after the ram count when you startup.
     
  3. n2gun

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    You can also go to cnet.com and download a program called Sandra which is a shareware version. It is not fully functional but should give you the info you want.
     
  4. slipe

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    If they have modems or a way to connect to the internet, go to www.belarc.com and install their advisor. It will give you a full report of everything on the computer.
     
  5. kramnnim

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  6. kokaik

    kokaik Thread Starter

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    Thanks guy for all your help...

    the 3rd party s/w works well.
     
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