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    Anyone know this program?

    I had a program that basicaly queryed your software/hardware and alowed you to gather information on your system, it was freeware but I cannot rember the name

    Something simular to SiSoftware's Sandra http://www.sisoftware.co.uk/index.ht...86&langx=en&a=

    Does anyone know of such a utility?

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    Dr. Hardware...HardwareInfo...these were two those i used to use a long time back....sorry for not giving the links...pls Google
    guru@linux:~> who I grep -i blonde I talk; cd ~; wine; talk; touch; unzip; touch; strip; gasp; finger; mount; fsck; more; yes; gasp; umount; make clean; sleep;

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    perhaps you mean belarc advisor:
    http://belarc.com/free_download.html
    The Belarc Advisor builds a detailed profile of your installed software and hardware, including Microsoft Hotfixes, and displays the results in your Web browser

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    I got a neat one when I bought the Universal Command Guide. . .it's called Sysey, work's pretty well. . .you can get it ahhhhhh. . . .here-> http://www.ucgbook.com/index.php3?pa...software.html, there's some other good stuff too, and you didn't even have to buy the book!!! I would recommend it though.
    Every now and then, one of you won't annoy me.

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    Aida32

    I was looking for a program for that and I found Aida32 . This program is VERY GOOD and it's freeware.. I HIGHLY recommend it.
    -Simon \"SDK\"

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    I downloaded all of them, the one I was remembering however was Aida32. It froze my computer on PCI bus scan, and at the time I contributed it to my low grade system. But with this newer system it still freezes, is this normal?

    I downloaded Dr. Hardware from www.dr-hardware.com and ran it. Seemsed to have alot of information I was looking for, but when I clicked for hardware, it froze also, i left it for about 2 minutes.

    belarc worked nicely and gave me just about all the information I was wanting. It was fast too which was nice.

    When I clicked the link for Universal Command Guide's sysey, I got a 404

    The link in my post to sandra also took time to preform the scans but within a minute, when the other ones took longer then two minutes I began to wounder if it froze, because the LED for my hard drive did not apear to be running.

    Are these normal, and what is the amount of time you can expect on these kinds of hardware scans. Also is there ever any posibility of damageing hardware?

    Thanks to everyone.

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    Eh yeah, I know. . .I just tried it myself and it didn't work . . .try this one. . . .http://www.ucgbook.com/software.html. Dammit, doesn't work either, dunno why. . .go here and click on the first link then: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&l...gbook+software
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    journy101, if Aida32 freeze your system, you can report it to the forum from Aida32 bug (Can be find on the site) and the creator of Aida32 will answer you in less that 24 hours. (Usually less that 5 hours). You can read the faq also...
    -Simon \"SDK\"

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    bludgeon>> I followed the link to google and as sugested took the first result, brought me to a page ugcbook.com with list of downloads, clicked for sysey and that lead me here http://www.kndata.com/download.htm

    But cannot see a donload for it. But i found why the first link you gave did not work, it had a , at the end. But in either case I cant get the download. I even tryed google searching.

    >>SDK thanks I will visit their forum and post there for help.

    thanks agin to everyone who helped

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