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How can i see total memory ram in my computer?

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We have the @ComputerName , @UserName , @OS_Version , DriveSpaceTotal("C:\") and more...

How can i see the total of memory ram in my system?

Maybe i should post in Support thread..sry

and is possible to see the Processor name of the system like Pentium 4 1.8GHZ AMD Athlox XP 2.1????


Edited by AfX78z90
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Try using MemGetStats ( )

It will returns a seven-element array containing the memory information:

$array[0] = Memory Load (Percentage of memory in use)

$array[1] = Total physical RAM

$array[2] = Available physical RAM

$array[3] = Total Pagefile

$array[4] = Available Pagefile

$array[5] = Total virtual

$array[6] = Available virtual

All memory sizes are in kilobytes.

Hope this will help...

Edited by Danny35d
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After a bit of searching, looks like you can use the COM support and access the WMI object.

This is almost bit for bit out one of the test files (tests\com\wmiexample.au3) included with the beta version of AutoIt (which will be needed for this code to work)

; AutoItCOM 3.1.0
; Test File
; Returns processor information

$MyCompName = @ComputerName

$oWMIservice =  ObjGet("winmgmts:\\" & $MyCompName  & "\root\cimv2")

if @error then 
    Msgbox (0,"","error getting object. Error code: " & @error)

$ColProcessors = $oWMIService.ExecQuery("Select * from Win32_Processor")

$Counter = 1

FOR $Processor IN $ColProcessors

  Msgbox(0, "WMI Test","Processor " & $Counter & @CRLF & "Id: " & $Processor.processorid & @CRLF & _
                       "Maximum Clock Speed: " & $Processor.MaxClockSpeed & @CRLF & _
                       "Name: " & $Processor.Name)
  $Counter = $Counter + 1


*Edit: Or use Danny35d's. His is probably faster.

Edited by Saunders
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I don't know if is possible to see the Processor name with AutoIt macro or any other function but you can read this registry key:



Ill try this... Easiest simpliest and fastest with 2 lines i can see my Processor name thx for the help guys
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