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OSVersion on WinXP Pro 64bit system

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I tried using the @OSVersion macro and it returned WIN_2003.

Is this a known problem? And is there a better way to get this info?

I did a systeminfo from the Windows command line and here's the partial list:

OS Name: Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional x62 Edition

OS Version: 5.2.3790 Service Pack 2 Build 3790

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Look at the Reg* commands (like RegRead)... and in the registry look under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion.

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The only place I seem to get accurate information about for instance, the Total Physical RAM installed on my system (384 MB) is by running this command:

msinfo32.exe

What is your program doing that it should need to know so much about the OS ?


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The only place I seem to get accurate information about for instance, the Total Physical RAM installed on my system (384 MB) is by running this command:

msinfo32.exe

What is your program doing that it should need to know so much about the OS ?

It's a testing script that would run on different computers. So, I try to get the computer info before running my test. The registry solved my problem.

Is there a simple registry that tells the physical memory or is there a macro that gets system memory? I didn't see anything.

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