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monitoring an XP shutdown event

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MariusN

Hi folks...Does anyone here know where XP stores the "Shutdown Time" of a pc? I am busy compiling a Bandwidth Monitor program and need this information to display the correct amount of downloaded bytes through the NIC...

Thing is, using the ""netstat -e"" command only shows the bytes since PC startup...meaning that everytime the pc is restarted, it will start from scratch...

thanks hey...

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PsaltyDS

Ticks since last restart:

; Get current ticks since last restart in $avTicks[0]
    Local $avTicks = DllCall("Kernel32.dll", "dword", "GetTickCount")

Note that counter rolls over to zero about every 50 days.

:mellow:


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MariusN

Ticks since last restart:

; Get current ticks since last restart in $avTicks[0]
    Local $avTicks = DllCall("Kernel32.dll", "dword", "GetTickCount")

Note that counter rolls over to zero about every 50 days.

:mellow:

This I will add to my Tutorial collection for future ref...thx PsaltyDS :(

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