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PC Wizard
Copyright (C) 1996-2010 Laurent KUTIL & Franck DELATTRE
All rights reserved
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Summary :
1. Running in Batch Mode
2. Paremeters List
3. How to desinstall PC Wizard
4. Contacts
5. Privacy Policy

1. Running in Batch Mode (or Silent Mode)


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Usage:
PC Wizard.exe /R T[x] C[y] filename[.ext] /I
/H
/?
/D
[/?], [/H] - Commands Help
T[x] - with x from 1 to 4 (1=Hardware Tab, 2=System Tab, 3=Files Tab, 4=Resource
s Tab).
C[y] - with y to specify which category to include with the report.
T1 C[y] with y from 1 to 13 or 14 (see 2. Parameters List)
T2 C[y] with y from 1 to 22 (see 2. Parameters List)
T3 C[y] with y from 1 to 22 (see 2. Parameters List)
T4 C[y] with y from 1 to 4 (see 2. Parameters List)
/I - To include detailed information.
You may specify different extension for different types of reports
[.ext] = .TXT for report in TEXT format
[.ext] = .CVS for report in CVS format
[.ext] = .HTM for report in HTML format

/D - To execute PC Wizard in debug mode (a debug file will be created on the des
ktop user)

Example 1:
PC Wizard.exe /R T1 C3 c:\reports\report.txt /I
Result:
Save plain text report for Hardware Tab - Processor category in the report.txt
file into the c:\reports folder,
with detailed information.

Example 2:
PC Wizard.exe /R T1 c:\reports\report.htm
Result:
Save HTML report for all categories of the Hardware Tab in the report.htm file
into the c:\reports folder,
without detailed information.

Example 3:
PC Wizard.exe /R T1 C3 c:\reports\report.txt /I, /R T2 C1 c:\reports\report2.t
xt
Result:
Save plain text report for Hardware Tab - Processor category in the report.txt
file into the c:\reports folder,
with detailed information. And save also plain text report for Operating Syste
m Tab - Windows category in the report2.txt file
into the the c:\reports folder without detailed information.

Example 4:
PC Wizard.exe /R T1 C2 c:\reports\report.txt /I, /R T1 C2 /I
Result:
Save plain text report for Hardware Tab - Mainboard and Processor categories i
n the same file report.txt into the c:\reports folder,
with both detailed information.

Example 5:
PC Wizard.exe /R T1 c:\reports\report.txt
Result:
Save plain text report for Hardware Tab - all categories in the report.txt fil
e into the c:\reports folder,
without detailed information.

Example 6:
PC Wizard.exe /D
Result:
A debug file called pcwdbg.log will be created on the user desktop.
This parameter is not compatible with others commands to create reports.

2. Paremeters List
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for T1 you can use following values :
1 = Summary
2 = Motherboard
3 = Processor
4 = Video
5 = Ports
6 = Disks
7 = Printers
8 = Devices
9 = Multimedia
10 = Network
11 = Power
12 = Voltage, Temperature and Fans
13 = Vista Hardware Performance (or Gigabyte ODIN, nVIDIA ESA, APC UPS Monitorin
g with system earlier Vista)
14 = Gigabyte ODIN, nVIDIA ESA, APC UPS Monitoring
for T2 you can use following values :
1 = Operating System
2 = DOS
3 = Internet
4 = Control Panel
5 = Desktop
6 = Process and Threads
7 = Library DLL
8 = OLE Inscription
9 = Microsoft Applications
10 = Fonts
11 = UnInstall and MSI
12 = Boot-Start Applications
13 = Associated Files Extensions
14 = DirectX
15 = ODBC Data Source
16 = Passwords
17 = Security
18 = Multimedia
19 = Services
20 = UpTime Statistics
21 = ActiveX controls
22 = .NET Framework Global Assembly Cache
for T3 you can use following values :
1 = Config.nt
2 = Boot.ini
3 = Autoexec.nt
4 = Detlog.txt
5 = Bootlog.txt
6 = System.ini
7 = Win.ini
8 = DosStart.bat
9 = CMOS values
10 = Config.dos
11 = Autoexec.dos
12 = Environment Variables
13 = Event Log (Applications)
14 = Event Log (System)
15 = Event Log (Security)
16 = Protected Files
17 = Cookies
18 = GPO Startup
19 = GPO Shutdown
20 = Host Config
21 = Windows Error Report (WER)
22 = Internet Explorer History
for T4 you can use following values :
1 = Interruption Request (IRQ)
2 = Direct memory Access (DMA)
3 = I/O Ports
4 = memory Resources
5 = Network Realtime Resources

3. How to desinstall PC Wizard


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In order to remove PC Wizard from your system, select Programs from Windows Star
t button, CPUID, PC Wizard, and choose "Uninstall PC Wizard".
You can do the same from Control Panel with "Add and Remove Programs" applet. (o
nly available with the Setup Package)

4. Contacts
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Web: http://www.cpuid.com
e-mail: pcwizard@cpuid.com

5. Privacy Policy
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See Privacy Policy at http://www.cpuid.com/privacy-policy.html