How to check system uptime in win2000 Tags: Command Prompt Windows Last response: June 1, 2009 10:23 AM in Windows 2000/NT Share namek0 February 5, 2003 8:25:39 PM I know this can be done in Win95 and 98 by going to system info, but in Win2k this isn't so. In WinXP it can be seen by going to a command prompt and typing "system info" How can I tell how long a computer with Windows 2000 Pro has been turned on? It's all good ^_^ More about : check system uptime win2000 jlanka February 6, 2003 9:04:15 AM uptime <i>It's always the one thing you never suspected.</i> namek0 February 6, 2003 6:41:35 PM Yeah, uptime. It's how long your computer has been turned on, or into windows anyway It's all good ^_^ Related resources System crashes after a couple of minutes of uptime. - Forum Zotac GTX 770 - System freezes randomly after uptime of around 2 days - Forum Valence's N-Charge Power System Delivers More On-Battery Uptime - Forum System Uptime, Finding? - Forum system uptime - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Rainchill February 7, 2003 12:49:03 AM I found it once but don't remember where it is. Now I just use SiSoft Sandra and its under windows information. Is your system stable enough you'd run your own life support on it? ---mine is. Soyo KT333 + AXP 1900+ jlanka February 7, 2003 8:55:53 AM like... ummmmm.... I don't think you got what I said. open up a DOS window, and type: uptime It's actually the name of the utility. i kid you not. That will give you what you want. Get it? <i>It's always the one thing you never suspected.</i> namek0 February 8, 2003 6:14:40 PM Ah, I thought you were asking what it meant. It was so simple, it was difficult. Thanks a bunch It's all good ^_^ namek0 February 9, 2003 2:50:10 AM I opened up a command prompt window on my 2000 computer and typed "uptime" and got: 'uptime' is not recognized as an operable program or batch file. It's all good ^_^ jasen February 9, 2003 3:28:07 PM I don't have this on any of my systems either. Is this something that needs to be manually pulled off the CD? lhgpoobaa February 10, 2003 3:54:03 AM i downloaded a small program called, strangely enough "uptime.exe" sits in your task tray, and u can have it somewhere on your desktop. It also can keep track if you hibernate your system too. <b>My Computer is so powerful Sauron Desires it and mortal men Covet it, <i>My Precioussssssss</i></b> orbz February 10, 2003 8:21:40 AM Open up task manager (ctrl-alt-del -> task manager or right-click task bar -> task manager). The cpu time of system idle process. <i><font color=blue>There is no failure when you believe in success.</font color=blue></i> jlanka February 10, 2003 10:36:15 AM oh yeah - I forgot. It's on the 2K resource kit. <i>It's always the one thing you never suspected.</i> namek0 February 11, 2003 1:45:17 AM Another problem bites the dust ...bmm bmm bmm, another one bites the dust... It's all good ^_^ lhgpoobaa February 11, 2003 2:33:46 AM groovey tune man! <b>Anyone claiming they can see the difference between 450 and 500 FPS in Quake3 deserves to be severely beaten with a rock. :smile: </b> harikishorps March 21, 2009 4:24:24 AM Hi from any of the Windows server 2003 system - go to command prompt and type the below command. systeminof /S System (where system is remote windows 2000 server FQDN name) you will get the system information of the remote windows 2000 server. harikishorps March 21, 2009 5:52:44 AM Sorry type mistake systeminfo /S System (where system is remote windows 2000 server FQDN name) Anonymous June 1, 2009 10:23:59 AM Instead of that you may use "net statistics server" command on the Windows 2000 box. regards, G Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How can i check my system specs after i upgraded Forum how can i fix the Cyclic redundancy check error with a RAW file system Forum Check my system, and give me an estimation of "How long will this last?" Forum How to check my system audio driver and graphic drivers Forum How to check my system audio driver and graphic drivers Forum SolvedPlease help,general question about system stability and performance(First manual build check) Forum How to check my system audio driver and graphic drivers Forum Solvedhow to check mobo temperature Forum SolvedHow to check fan RPM connected to PSU ? Forum SolvedHow to fix media check cable but I have no bios Forum Solvedhow can i check my cpu ghz after overclocked Forum SolvedHow can I check the Ram installed on a PC Forum Solvedhow to solve cmos check sum error while booting pc Forum SolvedHow to check Hard Drive health and for problems!!! Forum How to Check if System setup is STABLE Forum More resources !