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i want to get my pc hardware(adapters,sound card,NW card) information (drivers,company) i need to get it programatical using delphi code
 now i am try to use registry to do that but i have some problem
i hope that some one find another way to do that
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you can do this using windows scripting host. read this microsoft article for details:

http://www.microsoft.com/mind/1199/adminWSH/adminWSH.asp
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