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WMI: Detecting Hardware

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I love my vans

I love my vans


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I built my own program to tell me the information of my system, it displays the information in an easy to use format, which is appealing for friends who arent that computer literate.

This program uses WMI which is a Microsoft reference, that allows script to see the names of hardware based properties.

Recently this hasnt been functioning correctly, is it wise to replace the WMI files, if so how do i go about it?

cheers ILMV
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