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Old 02-24-2005, 09:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Where can I find what memory I have?
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cpuid.com and download CPU-Z
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This is too easy, right-click on a drive and go to properties, it says its total space and whats used.
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everest home edition

google it!
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you could use si sandra software to see all hardwware you used..
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This is too easy, right-click on a drive and go to properties, it says its total space and whats used.
He wants to find out about his memory, not hard drives.

CPU-Z is the simplest smallest program out of all of these.
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thanks DJ-CHRIS and evry1 esle
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i recommend cpu-Z too~~~
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This is too easy, right-click on a drive and go to properties, it says its total space and whats used.
What kind of memory, not how much.....
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