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How can I found out how many SDRAM chips make up the memory on a Window 2000 box via remote desktop? [i.e. I don't want to physically visit the machine, take the lid off and have a look]

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Hi 1mak,

For the amount of memmory, just right-click my computer and choose properties.
For the amount of sticks, install some software like AIDA32 => http://www.aida32.hu on the remote computer. It'll tell you more about that system than you want to know.

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LucF
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Thanks very much LucF, that application worked perfectly (need to upgrade the memory on a remote server, and needed to know how many slots were free before purchasing new chips).

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Glad to help ;-)

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