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Offtopic: Windows question

On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 8:43 AM, Matt Shields<matt-urrlRJtNKRMsHrnhXWJB8w at> wrote:
> 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.
> -matt
> Pablo Picasso<>
> - "Computers are useless. They can only give you answers."
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There is a port of dmidecode to Windows here:

I'm back to work from vacation and picking back up on integrating the
bits from that into python-dmidecode
( so that will work on
Windows too.

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