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Offtopic: Windows question

I believe cpuz will give slot info but can't check it at work.  It gives quite a bit of memory info but I haven't specifically looked for slots.  If not there are a number of other free "gamer" apps that give a lot of hardware details.

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From: Matt Shields
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Subject: Offtopic: Windows question
Sent: Jul 29, 2009 8:43 AM

If I go into any of my linux boxes, I can run dmidecode and find out how
many memory slots my computer/server has and if each slot is filled and with
what type of memory.  Does anyone know if there is a Windows tool that does
the same thing?  I've got a few remote Windows servers and need to know how
many slots there are and how many are used.

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