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Posted on 2006-06-10
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Hi Experts,

how can i  know the rpm of the HD without opening the case?!?

thanks!

Martin
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by:mikem
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Search for the model number on a search engine ..

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(1)  Go to Device Manager (right-click on My Computer; select Properties; click the Hardware tab; then click on Device Manager)

(2)  Expand Disk Drives (click on the "+" sign)

(3)  The make/model of your drive(s) will be shown there

(4)  Just "Google" the drive and you'll easily find the specs ==> or post the make/model here and we'll tell you
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click start -> run type mmc enter and add the system console
then check the storage options, you should see the rpm here
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thks!
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