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How can I tell if I have 386 or 486 processor without doing open-heart surgery on the tower chasis(You could refer to my profile)
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Download Everest Home here


Run it then click + next to computer then summary, look on right at motherboard / CPU
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Or you could Google your model number for the information.
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or you could download cpuid or cpu-z
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