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  1. Thanks, Speccy team! Most of the strings are now translatable/have been translated. What is missing: "Not supported" (in Hyperthreading - CPU sector) "Level x" (in Current Performance Level - Graphics sector) "Find" (title bar of Find dialog) "No network shares" (in Network Shares - Network) "Version", "Vendor", "Renderer", "GLU Version" (in OpenGL - Graphics) "Uptime Statistics" (Uptime - Operating System)
  2. I would like to elaborate more on this. A few days back I upgraded my memory to 2 GB (added another 1 GB). Both memory slots are now occupied. Using the latest v1.15 Speccy correctly identifies the Total Physical. So, in one way the problem I had is fixed. But it still persists on the Asus Eee PC 1105 (see above post).
  3. This bug still exists in today's Speccy, v1.14. I can confirm it on at least one other netbook I have access to, Asus Eee PC 1005.
  4. Trying Speccy released today. Except "Adapters List", the above-mentioned strings have not been added for translation.
  5. bibido

    Speccy v1.14

    Great new additions, thanks Piriform team.
  6. This is on Windows XP Media Center Edition Professional 32-bit SP3, Intel Mobile Core 2 Duo T5200, a recently old laptop. I tried previous Speccy versions, and I can say that the last working one that detects the Total Physical is v1.10 (as 0.99 Go). Surprisingly, v1.11 introduced "Fixed bug in RAM calculation" which seems to have affected my system.
  7. Yes, you're right :-) My problem remains though: no value in "Total Physical". I'm now trying Speccy in another computer (desktop), and it 'works' correctly.
  8. Hi, I'm using the latest Speccy (v1.13). I didn't check with the previous version, but Total Physical in RAM sector displays only "MB", not the real size (1 GB actually). Here is the full RAM information. Thanks, RAM Memory slots Total memory slots 2 Used memory slots 1 Free memory slots 1 Memory Type DDR2 Size 1024 MBytes Channels # Single DRAM Frequency 266.0 MHz CAS# Latency (CL) 4 clocks RAS# to CAS# Delay (tRCD) 4 clocks RAS# Precharge (tRP) 4 clocks Cycle Time (tRAS) 12 clocks Bank Cycle Time (tRC) 16 clocks Physical Memory Memory Usage 46 % Total Physical MB Available Physical 542 MB Total Virtual 2.40 GB Available Virtual 1.92 GB SPD Number Of SPD Modules 1 Slot #1 Type DDR2 Size 1024 MBytes Manufacturer Elpida Max Bandwidth PC2-4300 (266 MHz) Part Number EBE11UD8AGSA-5C-E Serial Number 16FCB64B Week/year 35 / 06 SPD Ext. EPP JEDEC #3 Frequency 266.7 MHz CAS# Latency 5.0 RAS# To CAS# 4 RAS# Precharge 4 tRAS 12 tRC 16 Voltage 1.800 V JEDEC #2 Frequency 266.7 MHz CAS# Latency 4.0 RAS# To CAS# 4 RAS# Precharge 4 tRAS 12 tRC 16 Voltage 1.800 V JEDEC #1 Frequency 200.0 MHz CAS# Latency 3.0 RAS# To CAS# 3 RAS# Precharge 3 tRAS 9 tRC 12 Voltage 1.800 V
  9. I'm not using Speccy in English, so these phrases are missing in my native language (this is not one of those cases where the translator hasn't updated or translated something, but are completely missing from the Piriform Translator). "Device Tree" (Operating System sector) "Not supported" (in Hyperthreading - CPU sector) "Level x" (in Current Performance Level - Graphics sector) "Heads" (Hard Drives sector) "Cylinders" (Hard Drives sector) "RAID Type" (Hard Drives sector) "None" (in RAID Type - Hard Drives sector) "Adapters List" (Network sector) "Find..." (View menu) "Find" (title bar of Find dialog) "Match whole string only" (this line needs some more space on the right, else the text gets cut in some long translations). Thanks,
  10. bibido

    Speccy v1.13

    A great version, very stable!
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