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angelslacker

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i don't know where to post this one...

i only know my computer is windows xp... i wanna know it's specs.. hardware and other stuff.. how will i know this? is there an easier way than checking each and every hardware i have?
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Dark_Side

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Try This:

1. Go to Control Panel.
2. Click on performance and maintenance.
3. Click on System.

You will find various options and specs for your computer such as memory, speed, motherboard etc.
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Right click My Computer and choose properties. Inside the window that pops up is a tab called hardware..Click that...Then click the device manager button...All the details about your hardware is there including whether it's working correctly or has a problem.
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Howdy:

Download, install and run Belarc Advisor . It will tell you all that and more, or get EVEREST for a very detailed accounting of your system hardware and software!!

Murray
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angelslacker

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thank you very much.
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or....

Click START>RUN and type in dxdiag

BINGO!
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