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Dont know where to put this.

Is there a website with the specification of loads of computers?

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um...are you wanting to see the specs of your computer?
or are you just shopping around for a new computer?
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No, i regularly get customers asking about their machine when they havt brought it into my store, so i thought if there was a site of which i could use then w00t.

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http://www.alexnolan...are/sysspec.htm

you can install that on them..

or use everest home edition

http://www.lavalys.c...cts.php?lang=en
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No no, i havnt got the machine in front of me, i need one location where i ca find the spec for loads of different computers.
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well...see...that's not gonna happen....wherever they bought the computer from (dell, gateway, bob down the street) would have the original specs...but the likely hood of you going to their website and finding the exact computer they have...is a long shot...with the ability to customize machines on your own...there is pretty much no longer a "standard" machine...from any company...the hardware changes too fast
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Try Google

model# +specifications

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