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Can someone give an example of using WMI with "Win32_Processor", "ProcessorID" in Win32 env.?

Posted on 2008-11-02
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The Net is full of examples for Dot Net env. but not plain Win32 (or MFC).
I have to get hold og the CPU ID working on a Win32 MFC DLL
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Check out this example - it is using inline asm tho, but maybe you can use that.

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread112968.html
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No. Thanks.

I am interested in the actual 16 char. code embedded in the CPU, not if it's Genuine Intel
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There's a pretty good C++ example on the MSDN site
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa390423(VS.85).aspx 
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The MSDN example at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa390423(VS.85).aspx works well, simply replace the query in the example with:

"SELECT ProcessorId FROM Win32_Processor"

...and update the output value in the example:

hr = pclsObj->Get(L"ProcessorId", 0, &vtProp, 0, 0);

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Thanks.  I guess it's as good as it gets.
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