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Discussion in 'System Builder's Advice' started by Riddick, Mar 3, 2008.

  1. Riddick

    Riddick New Member

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    I have a dell, is it worth listing the system specs if so how do i find them. im pretty much a novice at all the internal workings of the computer...
     
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    Look inside. lol
     
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    Start > Run > type "dxdiag" it will tell you the Processor and Memory right away than click the Display tab to see what Video Card and do the same for Sound :)

    - Christine
     
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    Everest worked very well on my dad's HP system, and that's an OEM like Dell, i guess try both and see what works better :)
     
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    That SIW program works alot like Everest, just SIW is way more involved than Everest is.
     

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