Mostly the PC we order on the Internet or from a magazine advert is the machine specified. Things can go wrong, however. You might have specified a custom-ordered 256MB-based graphics card, but the installers included the standard 128MB card instead. How do you know which card you've received? One option is to run a system analysis tool to check the components shipped with your computer.
Belarc Advisor 22.214.171.124 is one option. It's a tool you can run to check the components installed on your machine and the software that came pre-configured with the PC. You can run a full audit and if you believe your PC differs from the one you ordered, you can print off this audit and present it to your PC manufacturer.
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