MS DOS 6 Valuating Ram

  Ex plorer 14:50 06 May 2007
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Hi I am trying to test some 30pin ram I have in an old 386.
I have over 50 sticks of it.
The PC is running MS DOS 6 is there any way I can find out by typing a command to find out the value of the ram I have in the PC.
I want to match up the ram which is easy by name but not by value.
There is little info on the net.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 16:11 06 May 2007

Does it do a count up of ram on first screen as you boot the machine?

  Eric10 16:32 06 May 2007

As Fruit Bat /\0/\ says it should be counted during boot up but click here for an explanation of the 'mem' command.

  Ex plorer 18:04 06 May 2007

Hi yes All be it a bit confusing 2 sticks show 005760, 1 stick 003968 they both had the same numbers on the sticks.
I asume they are in kilobites
I found out how to acsess the BIOS, Ctrl Alt Esc.
I got in once whaen I was given the option or press F1 but I have not been able to get in since.
I keep the keys pressed on boot but it just boots up?

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