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    How do I get list of hardware ID's?


    I need my HWID's in order to get some help installing XP to a system - I have an .exe program which will list them in the format VEN_**** & DEV_**** & possibly SUBSYS_******. But obviously this will only run on a windows system, is there another utility I can use in Puppy Linux 5.0.1 to do the same thing, or a way to run the program I have?

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    You can try the following commands to find quite a lot of system information:

    Code:
    dmidecode | more
    or...

    Code:
    dmidecode | grep -i "WhatEverYouAreLookingForInQuotes"
    For more information on using dmidecode check the man page:

    Code:
    man dmidecode
    oz

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