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Access 2010 / 2013 - About Form w/ System Data Displayed

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I'd like to display system data in my "About" form in an Access application.  The data I am looking to show includes:

Computer system data (processor, RAM, Harddrive Size / remaining space, location of application).

Does anyone have experience doing this?

Many thanks in advance.
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Question by:4GvnNot4Gotn
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by:Rgonzo1971
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Hi,

pls begin with

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-GB;q213267&GSSNB=1

and environ()
    Sub EnvironmentVars()
        For i = 1 To 255
            strVar = Environ$(i)
            If LenB(strVar) = 0& Then Exit For
            Debug.Print strVar
        Next
    End Sub

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Regards
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by:4GvnNot4Gotn
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This article dates back to 2007.  Where do I find the values for the newer processors (e.g. I5, I7, AMD8, etc.)
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by:4GvnNot4Gotn
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Attached is the error I get when I compile in VBA "Ambiguous name detected: OSVERSIONNFO"error screen for Sub SystemInformation()
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