[DELETED] 18:39 18 Mar 2006


Sorry to ask what is probably a stupid question but just need a quick answer. I have a pc (e machines 160 with an initial memory of 128mb of SD Ram. I have in the past installed additional memory but ironically, I can't remember how much. Can someone please tell me an easy way to find out how much memory my machine has. (more than I have it would seem). Also if I decide to purchase additional memory for this machine does anybody have any good recomendations on where to purchase it from.
Thanks in advance for any advice.


  eedcam 18:45 18 Mar 2006

Try right click on my computer then properties should show you there

  [DELETED] 18:49 18 Mar 2006

Thanks for that. Still think i will want to purchase extra memory and would appreciate a good supplier.


  [DELETED] 18:51 18 Mar 2006

The best click here and you can use the scan my system thing to tell you what you have and what you can take.

  spuds 19:58 18 Mar 2006

You could also download and run Belarc click here or SIW, they show what your computer contains.

  recap 19:59 18 Mar 2006

Go to Start/Run and type in dxdiag, this will show you how much memory you have plus a host of other information.

  spuds 20:03 18 Mar 2006

SIW free download click here A great litle programme.

  [DELETED] 11:33 19 Mar 2006

As Totally-braindead says, use Crucial's website to determine the exact memory you need. Then go to Ebuyer to purchase the same Crucial memory. I did this when buying 1GB of RAM for my laptop. I saved £40.

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