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Dell Computer type read If statement

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I am having a problem with this statement. I think it is a very simple error but I don't see whats wrong.

Of course I am building an If then statement if it is going to be a laptop then I it will install the wireless client.

Anyone have something like that built already?

Thanks,

$var = RegRead("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Dell Computer Corporation\Sysinfo", "Model")

If $var = "Latitude D620" Then

MsgBox(4096, "You have a...", $var)

Else

MsgBox(4096, "You have a...", "desktop.")

EndIf

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Try: $var = StringStripWS(RegRead("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Dell Computer Corporation\Sysinfo", "Model"),3)

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@pantz...First check to see what value $var is by using a message box like this..

MsgBox(4096,"",$var)

If you get a blank value then the reg path you are reading is incorrect.

Search the forums...i think many people have made scripts that collect computer hardware information....

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Thanks Jos!! That fixed it. Now I will try putting in the rest of my code for installing the wireless client and give it a try!

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Here is my script.. If it is a latitude it will run the wireless. If a desktop then it will not. This script is in my sysprep.

$var = StringStripWS(RegRead("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Dell Computer Corporation\Sysinfo", "Model"),3)

WinWaitActive("System Settings Change")

Send("!n")

If StringInStr($var,"Latitude") Then

RunWait("c:\dell\drivers\Dellwireless.exe")

;MsgBox(4096, "You have a...", $var)

EndIf

RunWait("c:\dell\drivers\FramePkg.exe")

WinActive("McAfee Agent and Updater Setup","Setup completed successfully.")

Send ("{ESC}")

RunWait("c:\dell\drivers\ghost\install.cmd")

WinWaitClose("C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe")

Runwait( @comspec & " /c "& "regedit /s c:\dell\drivers\secondboot.reg")

RunWait("shutdown.exe -r -t 60")

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