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How to fix this component that works fine in D7 for D2010?

The problem is in char, I don't know how to fix it

any help I thank very much

alex

you can download it from here

http://htlink.hidrautorque.com.br/arquivo/hddinf.zip

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hidrau
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TheRealLokiSenior DeveloperCommented:
that zip file is zero length when I try to download it...
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Geert GOracle dbaCommented:
you'll probably have to change some char entries to ansichar
or ansistring
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Ephraim WangoyaCommented:

The link you setup does not exist
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jimyXCommented:
Lines 1270 & 1479 change the AnsiChar to Char and the _OSVERSIONINFOA to _OSVERSIONINFOW:

Line 1270:
Instead of:
   InqBuf : array[1..59] of AnsiChar;
Change it to:
    InqBuf : array[1..59] of Char;

Line 1479:
Instead of:
var osvi:_OSVERSIONINFOA;
Change it to:
var osvi:_OSVERSIONINFOW;
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jimyXCommented:
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guyinwonderCommented:
Line 1479:
var osvi:_OSVERSIONINFOA;
changed to 
var osvi:_OSVERSIONINFOW;

For line 1312:
    for i := 9 to 32 do IdeInfo.Model[i-8] :=  Inqbuf[i];
changed to 
    for i := 9 to 32 do IdeInfo.Model[i-8] :=  char(Inqbuf[i]);

line 1313:
    for i := 33 to 36 do IdeInfo.Revision[i-32] := Inqbuf[i];
changed to 
    for i := 33 to 36 do IdeInfo.Revision[i-32] := Char(Inqbuf[i]);

Line 1314:
    for i := 37 to 56 do IdeInfo.Serial[i-36] := Inqbuf[i];
changed to 
    for i := 37 to 56 do IdeInfo.Serial[i-36] := Char(Inqbuf[i]);

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hidrauAuthor Commented:
thanks
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