Finding system information of my adapters

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Hello Techie out there. I have a several wireless adapters/cards and I would like to understand if it is possible to find the system information of each my wireless adapters/cards. My Operating Systems are Windows 8, Windows 7 and Windows XP combined. Please enlighten me. Thank you so much in advance.    

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Finding system information of my adapters


To find the system information of your wireless adapter, copy and paste the following information in notepad:

  • systeminfo >c:systinfo.txt
  • c:systinfo.txt

Save it as “systeminfo.cmd”. After saving, double-click “systeminfo.cmd” and it will produce a system information log. The information in the log can be copied and pasted when it is required. To make sure your wireless adapter will appear in the log make sure it is connected to the computer before running the file “systeminfo.cmd”. It detects and logs everything that is connected to the computer.

If you have a permission issue running the CMD file, try running it as administrator. Right-click systeminfo.cmd then select Properties. Select Compatibility tab then check “Run this program as an administrator” then click OK. Double-click systeminfo.cmd and see if it works. If the CMD file doesn’t save the file or information correctly, try this instead.

Click Start, All Programs, Accessories, then select Command Prompt. Type without quotes “systeminfo” then hit Enter. See image.

It will then load and display the system information of the machine. Right-click on top of the prompt, point to Edit then select Select All. See image.

Again, right-click on top of the command prompt, point to Edit then select Copy. See image.

Paste the information in notepad and save it. If in case you’ll be pasting this information in a thread in a website, please remove the Registered Owner and Product ID before posting.

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