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08 Jun 2009   #1

 
System Specs. how to

1. ORB -> type msinfo32
you will have several pages of everything in your computer.
2. you can either snip - & paste into paint, save as .png upload to your favorite storage place and post links for us to see,
3. you can use Printscreen - open paint then paste - save as sysinfo-pg1 then upload to your favorite storage place and post links.
4. There are several FREE programs which will also let you save all this info as .html or txt files which you can post to your favorite storage place and post links here.

5. you can also simply attache these saved pic, doc, txt html file using Attachments available on this forum.

6. There also is a FREE program "Belarc" which will allow you to see all versions, numbers and KEY used to install with... put this on a
1. floppy 2. USB, 3. Flash card, and you will always have for emergency reference.
easy to post for the Geeks & Techies who what this info to assist you.
believe me I have NO NEED for your KEYS, I have all the keys I need, for XP, Vista, Windows 7 Office 2003, Office 2007 or Office 14. I'm also sure the other GEEKS, Techies need them either.

Please to the people who have problems, this info will save many of the GEEKS, Techy people here many questions, saying you have Windows 7 is not hardly enough info... Windows 7 has several different versions, and more than one #, 7077, 7100, 7106, 7127, 7137. So please be specific. reason:
Ultimate -7127 is different from Ultimate 7137 and different than Pro 7106.

Thanks



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08 Jun 2009   #2

Vista Ult64, Win7600
 
 

Hi, good idea, or you could use this tool from the Vista forums.

http://www.vistax64.com/software-too...info-tool.html
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08 Jun 2009   #3

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 
msinfo32

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Snuffy View Post
1. ORB -> type msinfo32
you will have several pages of everything in your computer.
2. you can either snip - & paste into paint, save as .png upload to your favorite storage place and post links for us to see,
3. you can use Printscreen - open paint then paste - save as sysinfo-pg1 then upload to your favorite storage place and post links.
4. There are several FREE programs which will also let you save all this info as .html or txt files which you can post to your favorite storage place and post links here.

5. you can also simply attache these saved pic, doc, txt html file using Attachments available on this forum.

6. There also is a FREE program "Belarc" which will allow you to see all versions, numbers and KEY used to install with... put this on a
1. floppy 2. USB, 3. Flash card, and you will always have for emergency reference.
easy to post for the Geeks & Techies who what this info to assist you.
believe me I have NO NEED for your KEYS, I have all the keys I need, for XP, Vista, Windows 7 Office 2003, Office 2007 or Office 14. I'm also sure the other GEEKS, Techies need them either.

Please to the people who have problems, this info will save many of the GEEKS, Techy people here many questions, saying you have Windows 7 is not hardly enough info... Windows 7 has several different versions, and more than one #, 7077, 7100, 7106, 7127, 7137. So please be specific. reason:
Ultimate -7127 is different from Ultimate 7137 and different than Pro 7106.

Thanks
Nice! It should be required reading like how to put info into "my system specs"
Tried to give you rep but have to spread it around
K
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09 Jun 2009   #4
Microsoft MVP

 
 

Go to Start and type "msinfo32" (without the quotes) and press Enter
Go to the File menu and select "Save" or "Export"
Save will save the information as an .nfo file
Export will save the information as a .txt file
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13 Jul 2009   #5

XP_Pro, W7_7201, W7RC.vhd, SciLinux5.3, Fedora12, Fedora9_2x, OpenSolaris_09-06
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Snuffy View Post

Please to the people who have problems, this info will save many of the GEEKS, Techy people here many questions, saying you have Windows 7 is not hardly enough info... Windows 7 has several different versions, and more than one #, 7077, 7100, 7106, 7127, 7137. So please be specific. reason:
Ultimate -7127 is different from Ultimate 7137 and different than Pro 7106.

Thanks
Snuffy,
The box that says: "Attachments" don't give no pics...

Have you ever used "SIW" ? I use this with XP Pro, dunno about Windows 7 yet.
(pretty comprehensive, except under BartPE)

SIW | System Information for Windows by Gabriel Topala

All computer users should have a SAVED file, showing these statistics,
BEFORE the computer goes down.
Then, the techie can see what the GOOD system looked like...
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29 Sep 2009   #6

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by chuckr View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Snuffy View Post

Please to the people who have problems, this info will save many of the GEEKS, Techy people here many questions, saying you have Windows 7 is not hardly enough info... Windows 7 has several different versions, and more than one #, 7077, 7100, 7106, 7127, 7137. So please be specific. reason:
Ultimate -7127 is different from Ultimate 7137 and different than Pro 7106.

Thanks
Have you ever used "SIW" ? I use this with XP Pro, dunno about Windows 7 yet.
(pretty comprehensive, except under BartPE)

SIW | System Information for Windows by Gabriel Topala

All computer users should have a SAVED file, showing these statistics,
BEFORE the computer goes down.
Then, the techie can see what the GOOD system looked like...
SIW has a Windows 7 version out now and works on mine, funny was using the old SIW on Windows 7 with no problems, one day I got a message when opening it saying it won't work with Windows 7 and to d/l the Windows 7 version!

Good program, lots of information.

Just hit the save button and you get a complete file in .html, mine was 1,085 kb.

Snuffy
Thank you for the tips
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