Find Used Memory Slots via Command Line

I recently needed to find out which memory slots where occupied on multiple machines. I found a command that allowed me to find this information without opening up a single computer case.

From a Command Prompt, run the following:

wmic MEMORYCHIP get banklabel, capacity, caption, devicelocator, partnumber

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Hope you find this useful,

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9 Comments

  1. xunyan

    interesting ! i follow you an ps command. let’s see:
    http://xunyangit.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!F934535AFC3723BA!3206.entry

  2. Rip Brehl

    Thanks a million. This saved me about an hour of work.

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  4. Anon

    Thanks man, this was really hard to find!

  5. srinivas

    Thanks dude

  6. andy

    Great! Very useful!
    Thanx!

  7. paolo

    almost 3 year old post and this is the most usefull command I have found with the last 20 minutes of googling around.

    AWESOME. Thanks

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  9. ahyikue

    Awesome. Slick. Cool. Thanks.

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