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SMBIOS Decoder

Sample Output
Implementation and Build Details
Authenticity and Integrity


The command line alias console program DMIPRINT.EXE for Microsoft® Windows® NT decodes and prints the SMBIOS information embedded in the firmware alias BIOS.

Note: when started in its own console window, for example per double-click, DMIPRINT.EXE waits for a keypress before it exits and its console window closes; it beeps once and flashes the title bar of its console window to indicate this wait state.

Sample Output



DMIPRINT.EXE supports DMTF’s SMBIOS DSP0134 version 3.4.0, July 17, 2020.

Implementation and Build Details

DMIPRINT.EXE is a pure Win32 binary executable, written from scratch in ANSI C, built with the Platform SDK for Windows Server 2003 R2 Microsoft Visual C++ Compiler 2010 SP1 from update 2519277, but without the MSVCRT libraries, for use on Windows Server 2003 and newer versions of Windows NT as well as Windows PE 2.0 and newer versions.

DMIPRINT.EXE is available for the I386 alias x86 and AMD64 alias x64 processor architectures of Windows NT.

Note: DMIPRINT.EXE is neither based on other tools like dmidecode or libsmbios nor related to any of them!

Authenticity and Integrity

DMIPRINT.EXE is 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.


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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!

I dislike 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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