Epson Wic Reset Utility Keygen.17 davygen
nStep 4: Click “Start” buttonnStep 5: Wait until the counter is reset and displayed on the left listnStep 6: Click “Waster Clean (Clear)” button to reset the counter for your printernStep 7: Wait until the counter is reset and displayed on the left listnStep 8: Click “Close” buttonn1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates generally to a computer system and a method for identifying a memory type in the same system. 2. Description of Related Art A computer system typically includes a memory system that is used to store data in temporary or permanent storage. For example, a typical computer system includes a random access memory (RAM), such as dynamic RAM (DRAM) or static RAM (SRAM), to store data, and a hard drive, such as magnetic or optical, to store information and data. Due to the limited size of a RAM, a small amount of RAM may be included in a computer system. As a result, the computer system may have one or more memory modules to increase the size of the RAM. For example, the computer system may have a basic input/output system (BIOS) stored in one memory module, whereas a video card operating system (such as Microsoft Windows Vista) may be stored in another memory module. Unfortunately, the computer system may not know what type of memory is contained in the memory modules, which may cause a problem when the BIOS, the operating system, or the video card operating system runs. The problem may be compounded when a different type of memory is added in the memory modules. For example, when the memory is an Electrically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory (EEPROM), if the BIOS or the video card operating system is run, they may not be able to read the contents of the EEPROM. If the operating system can not read the contents of the EEPROM, the operating system may not be able to communicate with the EEPROM. Therefore, there is a need to identify the memory type in the computer system, for example, to know whether a memory is a RAM or an EEPROM, so that the BIOS or the operating system may be able to operate properly.