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bentom

Hi,

I have to disc drives, one Blu-Ray drive and one virtual drive. I want to get the properties to findout which of this both is the virtual. In the device manager - properties tab thjere's the name: Virtual Clonedrive SCSI Device. Is it possible to read out this property?

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Alex

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water

Does the AutoIt function "DriveGetType" return the Information you need?


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bentom

Hi,

thank you very much for the answer. Drivegettype Returns only if it is a fixed, removable or CDROM. With these information I cannot see if its the Virtual or the "real" CD drive. Or is there any information hidden in an araay etc.

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Alex

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water

Or is there any information hidden in an araay etc.

Don't know. But maybe you can get the information from WMI. You can download the Scriptomatic tool that let's you generate WMI queries in AutoIt.

WMI classes I would try are Win32_CDROMDrive.

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PowerPoint (2015-06-06 - Version 0.0.5.0) - Download - General Help & Support

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