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#1 z_silversurfer_z

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Posted 08 January 2005 - 05:42 PM

Hi I just bought a new computer with an amd processor but I forget what series it is ie 2600 or 3200 or whatever. How can I tell I? All I know is that it is a AMD xp with 1.9 gh. Also if I want to upgrade to an Amd 64 can I just stick it in to the same motherboard or? As you can see I do not know to much about computers...

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Posted 08 January 2005 - 10:17 PM

Very simple really!

Here are just a few options:

Go to start/run/type "DXDIAG" in the blank.

On the very first page it will give you some info on the CPU and much more.

Next one is to Go to start/run type "MSIFNO32" and hit enter.

There you can find out many many things about your pc.

Hope this helps you figure it out! CGM3




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