DMIPRINT.COM(ASCII output) and
DMIPRINT.EXE(UTF-16LE output) for Microsoft® Windows® NT decode and print the hardware component and configuration data provided by the SMBIOS, formerly called DMIBIOS.
Note: when started in their own
window, for example per double-click,
DMIPRINT.EXE wait for a keypress before they exit and
console window closes; they beep once and flash the
title bar of their
console window to indicate this wait
DMIPRINT.EPYCshow outputs for different SMBIOS versions, from small portable devices like an Asus Eee PC to big machines like a Dell PowerEdge R7525 with 2 AMD® EPYC™ 7713 64-core processors and 1 TB ECC RAM.
DMIPRINT.EXEsupport DMTF’s SMBIOS DSP0134 version 3.6.0, published June 20, 2022.
Note: since Windows
does not support
don’t decode the
RISC-V Processor Processor-Specific Data
introduced with version 3.3.0.
DMIPRINT.EXEare pure Win32 binary executables, written from scratch in ANSI C, built with the
available for the I386 alias x86 and the
AMD64 alias x64 processor architectures of
DMIPRINT.EXE are neither based on other tools like
nor related to any of them!
DMIPRINT.EXEare digitally signed using a (self-issued) X.509 leaf certificate and time stamped.
Download and install the (self-signed) X.509 root certificate to validate and verify the digital certificate and the signature.
Use the X.509 certificate to send S/MIME encrypted mail.
Note: email in weird format and without a proper sender name is likely to be discarded!
HTML (and even
weirder formats too) in email, I prefer to receive plain text.
I also expect to see your full (real) name as sender, not your nickname.
I abhor top posts and expect inline quotes in replies.
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