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    trajillo's Avatar Fitter Happier
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    Hey guys im stuck here i cant remember that program that lists your computer hardware and allows you to export it to a list.

    I remember the splash screen was a green computer lol.
    please help thanks

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    You're thinking of Everest.

    Haven't looked at it in a while; last I used it, it refused to involve itself with dual-cores, but this may have been resolved.

    Check that out, and try Belarc Advisor as well.

    Both are pretty cool.
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    DefX's Avatar Macula.Lutea. BT Rep: +24BT Rep +24BT Rep +24BT Rep +24BT Rep +24
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    I only know of Belarc Advisor as well which worked pretty good during my windows days.
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    CPUz will work for proc and memory info. you can also type "dxdiag" into run to get some info from the directX diagnostic on a bunch of computer stuff. But as j2k4 mentioned, Everest will give the most complete info in one place.

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    Aida32 is another great identification program.

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