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Sunday, 21 January 1900 00:00

HOW TO GET ALL YOUR COMPUTER HARDWARE DETAILS AND ITS HEALTH STATUS

 

This is another day! Thanks to God for His protections.

 

Have you ever thought of knowing everything about your computer hardware? Do you want to buy pc but not sure of its hardware details? Getting details of computer hardware is term important by experts as it will make you know your PC Standard. Hence, you'll know proper usage of it (program that you can use it to run, its configuration etc).

 

Let's start....

We shall be making use of this software 'beepcode viewer' for this work

 

The Beep Codes Viewer is a simple tool that will explain the BIOS error beep codes for all the main PC BIOS manufacturers (AMI, AWARD, Phoenix, IBM).

If you've ever had a PC fail its power-on self-test then you'll know how useful this can be. Typically you'll just get some pattern of beeps - one long and three short, say - and then be left hunting for your system manual to find out what these noises could possibly mean.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With the Beep Code Viewer, though, it's all very different. The program is portable, so save it to a USB flash drive and you can launch it from just about any PC. Then choose your BIOS type (click "BIOS Information" if you're not sure), and click on the beep code you're hearing for a detailed description of what it's trying to tell you, and how to fix the problem.

 

If you're just having a problem with your own PC then Beep Code Viewer may not be necessary; you can just check your documentation to find out what any BIOS alerts might mean.

If you regularly help other people with their PC problems, though, it's worth keeping a copy to hand, just in case of emergencies.

 

How to use BeepCode Viewer

  • Download the setup here

  • Unzip it and lunch it

  • From the left panel, click what you want to get its information e.g. RAM, Mainboard, Processor etc

  • Enjoy

BeepCode Viewer