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Autoit device manager

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This script is a wrapper for the Microsoft devcon tool. It is intended to make it easy to view and remove hidden devices. Hidden devices that you may wish to remove are USB, storage and network cards that were in the system at one time but have been removed.

1. Be aware that the above three types of devices are safe to remove. The system will reinstall them if needed. NO guarantees for other items.

2. Devices that display a 1 in the left column are not in use.

3. The clean function does not work yet on my Vista 64 bit system. Suspect user rights problem.

4. devcon.exe is available from Microsoft.

DeviceLister.au3

_DougFunctions.au3

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#include <_DougFunctions.au3>

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Have to add #Include <Misc.au3> to use _Singleton

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3. The clean function does not work yet on my Vista 64 bit system. Suspect user rights problem.

Are you using the 64bit version of Devcon.exe?

George

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Are you using the 64bit version of Devcon.exe?

I do use the 64 bit Vista. I have had it fail to remove stuff even with XP 64. There is also a 64 bit version of devcon but it is fro Itanium which thank goodness I do not have. I need to play with it more when I get the time. I'll post a fix (unless someone else does first)

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