Windows 2003 Servers 64 or 32?

Posted on 2013-01-16
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How do I fond out if my 2003 servers are 64 or 32 bit OS?  My Computer Properties doesn't show anything.
Question by:Tiras25
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by:Shahnawaz Ahmed
ID: 38783778
Hello Tiras,

Login on the server and go to the command prompt and type systeminfo this command will run and will give you details. go to the top of the command prompt and in the system type row you will find it out. Screenshot attached for the same.

Or you can run msinfo32 you will get desire details.
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ID: 38783815

msinfo fails for some reason.  

Systeminfo works.
  I got
System Type:               X86-based PC
That means 32-bit right?

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by:Shahnawaz Ahmed
ID: 38783855
Yes, You right its 32-Bit OS

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systeminfo fails if Help & support service is not running you need to start Help & Support service for that and if you dont find Help & Support service in the Services.msc then you might need to register some .Dll then you will get Help & support showing in the services.msc

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