well do you knw what kind of computer it is? is it a build box, or is it purchased from the store? it it new, it it 2 years old? 4 years old? 1 year? based on the ytear the somputer was built you can narrow it down to the type of memory in it..
if purchased from a store, the go to the manufacture's web site and seaqrch for the info...
if its built, well then you need to do some investigation on the MB...
you can't be lazy if you expect to be an expert...
I think the reason you can't find it out is that windows really doesn't care what the speed of your hardware is. It just cares how much memory you have. that is th eonly thing that is important to windows.
I am sure that somewhere on the internet there is a tool that will tell you what that is.. hey if you really want to be an expert, why dont you write a program that will tell us what the speed of the ram is.... I'll be impressed!
To find out how much memory you have:
right click on the icon "My Computer"
choose Properties with the left button
will tell you bottom left how much memory you have installed
Or if you have anything windows except win9x
click Task manager
all the memory information you want is there.
Or if you have win2000 or XP and I think ME
click start/setting/control panel
click administrative tools
double click computer manager
click system information
double click system summary
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