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I want a command for the Windows commandline which shows all PCI BUS connected Devices information like , LSPCI command does in LINUX . Can I use WMIC TOOL in XP to get that info . If so please help me in giving a step by step procedure in getting that information .

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DOS tools will not work in XP, you need some native windows command line tools. There is no DOS in Windows NT series. – Jens Erat Nov 1 '11 at 12:25
old question bumped up by community ;p. We quite commonly have people confusing cmd/windows command shell with 'dos'. I'm rather surprised this one didn't get caught. – Journeyman Geek Nov 1 '11 at 12:28

There is not a command-line method to enumerate PCI devices included with Windows XP. However, you can download the DevCon utility from Microsoft and use it to accomplish this.

The above link lists all the command line options for it, including this one that will list all present PCI devices:

devcon find pci\*

Save the contents of the package in a directory from where you run the script. For example, if you save the contents in Downloads, cd to the directory in Command Prompt and then type the line.

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