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Delphi code for Inno SetUp

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I am using Inno SetUp last version to run the installation of my program..

1. I would like to execute my SysInfo.exe(written in VC++) in order to check envirement on user's machine
before the installation process starts
OS version
IE version
Screen resolution
Memory needed for installation
DLLs needed to run program and install ones on user's machine

2. SysInfo.exe must be already inside single setup.exe

3. I need this code for MyProgram.iss for the Inno Setup script Wizard

So, When user or autorun invokes Setup.exe it, first , executes SysInfo.exe, which is embedded in Setup.exe
than SysInfo.exe checks the requirements:

Returns   TRUE  and installation continues

Returns  FALSE  and installation process terminates with appropriate message

4. I , also, wonder if all the requirements check
OS version
IE version
Screen resolution
Memory needed for installation
DLLs needed to run program and install ones on user's machine

can be done in Delphi inside MyProgram.iss for the Inno Setup script Wizard, so, i do not have to use that SysInfo.exe

Thank you in advance
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