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  1. Hi. Thanks for your quick response. Everything you said is true but misses the point - Speccy should have some "sanity" checking built in for these situations,...so that when a blatent impossible result comes up, it flags it for the user. Don't get me wrong, I'm sure in most cases this is a probably a very difficult thing to do...but this particular instance... reporting "-1" empty slots is simply not helpful to the user. (Maybe suspicious results could be flagged in red, or something like that...) Anyway, I was just surprised to see that result as I consider Piriform software to be so stable and well done - it's one of the few pieces of software that I go ahead and install the latest version, as soon as it comes out, without hesitation. Regards, -TOM
  2. Hi. Quite surprised to see this result after downloading/running Speccy free on my new (used) Panasonic Toughbook CF-52 core i3 I just recently purchased. It has 2 physical mem slots and is populated w/one 1GB module and one 2GB module. Attached is the txt file dump from Speccy for the system in question...check the RAM section and you'll see what I mean. Thanks for any info on this. (FYI - never had *any* problems w/all the Piriform products I've used...great reliable software!) Regards, -TOM CF-52_speccy_000.txt
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