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System Information Utility?

by tsjoseph7 / April 27, 2012 2:23 AM PDT

I am trying to upgrade my memory for my computer. Is any software System Information Utility to give my specs for computer?

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Is this what you're looking for?
by Carol~ Forum moderator / April 27, 2012 2:51 AM PDT

Is SIW what you're looking for? OR.. did you know about it before posting? Wink

System Information

Read the description and see if you think it will do the job. The utility is free, by the way.

Additionally, you can give Belarc Advisor a try.

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Usually better to start with the MFG name, series and
by VAPCMD / April 28, 2012 1:45 PM PDT

model or if a clone....the the MB mfg name, series and model number.

If you really don't know that...then the system info utilities like SIW, Belarc Advisor, PCWizard, Everest Home V2.2, etc..

You can also go to Crucial.com and have your computer scanned. Crucial.com is also a recommended source for adding RAM to PCs.


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