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Read PC (or CPU?) serial # from WinXP

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Looking for code to read PC's serial # from WinXP.  Prefer to find OEM serial (and model) #, but could possibly make use of CPU serial # instead.  Needed to help our support folks with PC support/management/inventory. Most PCs we have are Dell towers, a few are Gateway 933s.
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Check using this http://www.snapfiles.com/get/everest.html
if you can get information you want

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tmj883,

You sneaked in.. LOL !!!
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