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Good morning all. I have some "problem" (pardon my english) with my cpu.When we go to start - run, type 'winmsd' and press enter, we will see the system information window. When we click the 'tools' tab, there's a list of tools will come out such as :
-windows report tool
-update wizard uninstall
-system file checker
-signature verification tool
-registry checker
-automatic skip driver agent
-dr watson
-system configuration utility
-scandisk
-version conflict manager.

My problem is, when i check my computer, there're only 5 items that is
-net diagnostics
-system restore
-file signature verification utility
-directX diagnostic tool, and
-dr watson

So, my question is where are the rest? and how can i get it back? (if it's possible)

By the way, i'm using a Dell Optiplex GX270, Intel P4, 2.66 GHz, Bios Version A03, 512 mb DDR SDRAM & 30gb hard disk.

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  • jeramtoi Dec 16, 2008

    Well actually it's not a problem, it's more to "i'm curious" :-) you know.. bibleman01 since you also have the same thing, then i think it is ok, thanks guys..

  • Greg Wilkins
    Greg Wilkins May 11, 2010

    I have a dell Demension 2400 and when i type that in i have the same thing you have.so why do you think you should have more

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Hi,, Well what you have is not really a problem, Dell uses an OEM version of windows that is specially designed for the, therefore some of the features just arent there. If you wish to use the you will need to purchase a copy of windows (the same version of the one you are using) or borrow one. use the product key that came **** on a sticker on your system, this will install the windows and then you may register it online. You dont need a fress install, just select repair windows or replace system files.

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