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How do i find what's in my system


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computer_geek

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Hey Guys i was wondering how i can find everything that is in my computer.

My Friend told me how to do it and i forgot so i wondering if you guys can help me out.

Thanks!
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warriorscot

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You use software you have alot of choice, just google them.

Sandra, Everest, PCwizard, sysspec, cpu-z.
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Could always take the side off your case :tazz:
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Well they rarely write what the compnents actually are in big letters on the hardware and you cant exactly see the cpu so not much point in that. The best you usually get is a serial number or a sticker which you then have to look up, software is safer and easier.

Edited by warriorscot, 15 January 2006 - 05:07 PM.

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