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Anybody got a code fragment to list PCI cards (with resources) installed in Windows PC?

Posted on 2004-03-30
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Hi guys

I am seraching for a Visual C++ code fragment to assist me in enumerating PCI devices installed on a Windows NT, 2K, XP based PC.

I already have working DOS code to do this, but cannot seem to work out how to do it in Windows.

Specifically, I need the device class etc information + (this is important for me) what memory & port resources the device is using.

Any assistance is greatly appreciated!

pinguu - <email address removed by GhostMod, CS Moderator>
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THat's all in the DDK which, alas, is no longer free.
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