Re: Memory......

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On Fri, 29 Jun 2012 04:45:40 -0400
"Eddie G.O'Connor Jr-I" <eoconnor25@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hello All,
> I was just wondering if anyone knew of a program, or command that give 
> you a "scan" of your memory running on your system? Preferably, it 
> should also give you stats as to what KIND of memory you have, the 
> AMOUNT of memory, and the MAX capacity that your machine can hold. Any 
> advice or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

You scan the internet with google for the user manual.

In theory "dmidecode" will provide the data you need, in practice this
involves BIOS tables. Most vendors can't get things like "putting the
serial number here" right, so I wouldn't trust the tables on low end
devices too far.

Some of the memory vendors have flashy web sites you can give your
machine info to and they'll tell you which of their products you can buy.
You can then take those specs and go search for decent prices 8)

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