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    Can anyone recommend a good, complete, and free information tool

    i try freshdiagnose and everest home edition

    but i want to know if there's a better tool?
    http://kenchoi.co.cc

  • #2
    Depends what exactly you want to do with it. There is a program over at sysinternals called bginfo that might be what you want.
    OracleGuy

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    • #3
      I actually want to make a system report, only the basic, probably the model numbers, serial numbers...type of hardware...it's more on hardware
      http://kenchoi.co.cc

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      • #4
        I use AIDA 32, It tells you alot and creates printouts of your system. I know that Aida was bought out and a newer version is out but I don't know what its called, but no problem because Aida tells you everything you'll need

        Link: http://www.majorgeeks.com/download181.html

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        • #5
          I use AIDA 32, It tells you alot and creates printouts of your system. I know that Aida was bought out and a newer version is out but I don't know what its called, but no problem because Aida tells you everything you'll need
          the new version of AIDA 32 is Everest, and that is what i use also, most detailed free info i could find.

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          • #6
            I'm with brad211987.

            See: http://aida32-inventory.netboom.de/

            This solution is for both programs, and uses a multilingual database, where the frontend can be translated into any language.

            Ready for use with english and german reports.

            Other features containing in the package:
            csv-importer (ADO/SQL), xml-analyzer, scripts for implement aida32/everest as a service/scheduled task in a domain
            own cpl for aida32, etc...

            Inti31

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            • #7
              Hey I was searching for the same thing. This helps a lot. Thanks

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