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myspacee

hello to all,

i'm scripting about ghost image automation in Bartpe environment.

Tool check DVD root for *.gho images and restore without user intervention.

(think for massive industry PC production)

I'm searching function to understand if connect drive is found or not

before attempts to restore image file.

See DriveGetDrive, DriveGetFileSystem, DriveGetLabel, DriveGetType,

DriveSetLabel, DriveSpaceFree, DriveSpaceTotal, DriveStatus func,

but all point to Windows letters (C: d: etc)

I search for a function that understand if disk is recognized or not,

also if not contains a defined partition.

Anyone can help me ?

thank you,

m.

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myspacee

Any idea ?

thank you,

m.

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trancexx

That's impossible to do with AutoIt.


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myspacee

thank you for reply,

so without use WMI is not possible with native AI func:

#include <Array.au3>
$arrResults=_GetLogicalDriveToPartition()
_ArrayDisplay($arrResults)

Func _GetLogicalDriveToPartition()
    $objWMIService = ObjGet("winmgmts:{impersonationLevel=Impersonate}!\\.\root\cimv2")
    If Not IsObj($objWMIService) Then Return -1 ;Failed to Connect to WMI on Local Machine
   
    Local $arr[1][2]
   
    $colDevice = $objWMIService.ExecQuery("SELECT * from Win32_LogicalDiskToPartition")
    For $objItem in $colDevice
        ReDim $arr[UBound($arr)+1][2]
        $arr[UBound($arr)-1][0]=StringTrimLeft($objItem.Antecedent,StringInStr($objItem.Antecedent,"=",0,-1))
        $arr[UBound($arr)-1][1]=StringTrimLeft($objItem.Dependent,StringInstr($objItem.Dependent,"=",0,-1))
    Next
   
    $colDevice=0
    $objWMIService=0
   
    $arr[0][0]="Disk #, Partition #"
    $arr[0][1]="Drive Letter"
    Return $arr
EndFunc

any other idea ?

m.

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