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problem drivegetserial windowx xp network drive autoit 3.3.12.0

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sorry for my bad english

problem drivegetserial windowx xp network drive autoit 3.3.12.0 return blank

example

drivegettype("f:") return "network"

drivegetserial("f:") return ""

no problem with autoit 3.3.6.1

drivegettype("f:") return "network"

drivegetserial("f:") return "578614390"

thank

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Try "F:"


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Try "F:"

same problem

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It's probably an incompatibility between your version of XP and AutoIt3. Because that code works for me in Windows 7 x64, with 3.3.12.0


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this solution works!

$drive_read="f:"
$_drivegetserial=_drivegetserial($drive_read)
if @error=1 Then
    msgbox(16,"Windows Volume ID","Not found")
Else
    msgbox(64,"Windows Volume ID",$_drivegetserial)
endif

func _drivegetserial($drive_read)
    SplashTextOn("Wait","Process in progress",300,50)
    dim $iPID=run(@ComSpec & " /c " &"vol "&$drive_read,"",@SW_hide, $STDOUT_CHILD)
    ProcessWaitClose($iPID)
    dim $sOutput = StdoutRead($iPID)
    $sOutput=stringreplace($sOutput,asc(10),"")
    $sOutput=stringreplace($sOutput,asc(13),"")
    $sOutput=StringStripWS($sOutput,8)
    $sOutput=stringright($sOutput,9)
    $sOutput=stringreplace($sOutput,"-","")
    $sOutput=dec($sOutput,2)
    splashoff()
    if $sOutput=0 Then
        return seterror(1,0,0)
    Else
        return $sOutput
    endif
endfunc

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