Some of the info you need to find cant be found with stuff like the task manager, device manager and systeminfo, luckily there’s a solution to this.
First you need to access the Command Prompt (CMD)
Now you will need to type the following three commands (they can be copy pasted into the CMD so you dont need to type it all manually)
Then you just copy paste what wmic shows you into a forum response so we can see the info
For your RAM:
wmic Memorychip get FormFactor, Manufacturer, MemoryType, PartNumber, Speed/Format:List
FormFactor Tells you what formfactor your RAM is, it’s most likely DIMM
Manufacturer should tell you the company that made the hardware, sometimes wmic doesn’t find this info for some reason.
MemoryType Tells you what kind of memorychip it is, if the result says “0” don’t worry it’s most likely DDR4, wmic just doesn’t know the number it’s suppose to show for the one it’s detecting.
PartNumber gets you the name of the RAM module, which can be googled to find the manufacturer incase wmic doesn’t show it
Speed is kinda obvious
For your Harddrive:
wmic Diskdrive get LastErrorCode, Manufacturer, Model, Status/Format:List
LastErrorCode Will tell us a ID for an error if there has been an error on the harddrive previously.
Manufacturer will do the same as it did before
Model tells us the name of the harddrive, which
Status tells us if it’s currently ok and without any errors, cant hurt to set the computer to do a manual error check on the harddrives though
For the CPU:
wmic Cpu get CpuStatus, MaxClockSpeed, CurrentClockSpeed, CurrentVoltage, VoltageCaps, L2CacheSize, L2CacheSpeed, LastErrorCode, Manufacturer, Name, Description, SocketDesignation, Status, StatusInfo /Format:List
I don’t wanna write down what all these are for.