I introduced CompInfo.exe freeware to display the following information about your computer:

  • Number of Processors, Processor Type and Speed
  • Operating System and Service Pack Version
  • Physical and Virtual Memory plus Memory Load
  • Network Card, MAC Address, IP, DNS, Gateway and WINs Addresses
  • Logical Drive information including Volume Size, Serial Number, Label and Free Bytes
  • Video Card Type
  • Hard Disk and CDROM Information
  • Installed Printers
I have scripted PSR.bat as an example of how to set a variable based upon information returned by CompInfo.exe.

The syntax for using PSR.bat is:

call PSR numb speed memory

Where:

numb   is a call directed numeric environment variable that will contain the number of processors.                              speed  is a call directed numeric environment variable that will contain the the CPU speed in mHz.                              memory is a call directed numeric environment variable that will contain the amount of RAM in megabytes.
PSR.bat contains:
                              @echo off                              if \{%3\}==\{\} @echo PSR numb speed memory&goto :EOF                              setlocal ENABLEDELAYEDEXPANSION                              set wrk="%TEMP%\info_%RANDOM%.TMP"                              @echo Number of Processors Installed>%wrk%                              @echo Processor 1 Speed>>%wrk%                              @echo Installed Memory>>%wrk%                              set /a numproc=0                              set /a mhz=0                              set /a ram=0                              for /f "Tokens=1* Delims=:" %%a in ('compinfo^|findstr /i /g:%wrk%') do (                               set key=%%a                                for /f "Tokens=1" %%c in ('@echo %%b') do (                                 if /i "!key:~1,4!" EQU "Numb" set /a numproc=%%c                                 if /i "!key:~1,4!" EQU "Proc" set /a mhz=%%c                                 if /i "!key:~1,4!" EQU "Inst" set /a ram=%%c                                  )                              )                              del /q %wrk%                              endlocal&set /a %1=%numproc%&set /a %2=%mhz%&set /a %3=%ram%