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Solved: How can I find out what's inside my Compaq computer?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by knowslittle, Jan 27, 2005.

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  1. knowslittle

    knowslittle Thread Starter

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    I received a used Compaq computer as a gift with no CD, no instruction book, no printed materials of any kind. The best I can tell, it's a DeskPro ENL/P733 (got that by trolling the Compaq site). Is there a way that I can learn about the stuff inside? My specific need is to know how much RAM it can hold (I know that it now has 128 MB), how many slots (is that the word?) there are for the memory thingies, how much memory can be put into each slot, what info I need if I want to buy more RAM, etc. Months ago, I added RAM to the 1998 Gateway I was using, but I had all the info I needed from the Gateway people. Thanks for any help.
     
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    Use the Memory Configurator here and it will tell you what you want to know about the memory.

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    The Compaq website should be able to tell you what that model had in it.
     
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    Thanks for all the responses. I now have the info I wanted.
     
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