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YoseMite

Hardware check

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Hi!

I'm currently working on a project to check the hardware of pc components.

Like if the processor has no error, no RAM errors, HDDD check, ...

I'f seen many info tools (These are quit good!) But I'm looking for a check function.

Is this possible in AutoIT?

Or how write I them...

Thanks,

YoseMite

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Hi!

I'm currently working on a project to check the hardware of pc components.

Like if the processor has no error, no RAM errors, HDDD check, ...

I'f seen many info tools (These are quit good!) But I'm looking for a check function.

Is this possible in AutoIT?

Or how write I them...

Thanks,

YoseMite

AutoIt is a scripting language. It has no low-level capabilities that don't come from other software (Windows APIs, DLLs, COM interfaces). AutoIt is truly excellent for many things, but I doubt its usefulness for low-level hardware diagnostics.

As for a RAM check, almost every live CD distro of Linux has MEMTEST86 in its boot menu, also The Ultimate Boot CD.

If all you want is access to monitoring that Windows already does, then AutoIt can help. Most of the performance counter and hardware status messages can be accessed via WMI.

:)


Valuater's AutoIt 1-2-3, Class... Is now in Session!For those who want somebody to write the script for them: RentACoder"Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced." -- Geek's corollary to Clarke's law

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