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  1. So there was a topic on the General Help and Support board where the poster mentioned it was not easy to check if the system was installed with UEFI or legacy mode and it got me looking down a rabbit hole. Apparently you can't just whip up a simple WMI query to find that out. But I did find that you can read the output of bcdedit.exe to check if the system is using winload.efi or winload.exe, so then I got stuck because bcdedit doesn't play nice with StdoutRead. Finally I discovered that toggling Wow64DisableWow64FsRedirection would make it all work together. I hope this helps someon
  2. Hey everybody. I have been using GUIOnEventMode for a while now, and have never come across this problem. When I am running my script, if I click a button with an event assigned to it, then it seems to queue the events until I right click on the autoit tray icon and tell it to exit, and then it runs the appropriate events for the functions, and then continues to run the script until it reaches the next GUI, and then the same happens. This is the script (Ofcourse I have removed the company name from it though). I am using on Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit, running the 32 bit AutoIT Exe
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