Flash Memory Toolkit 2.01 Full Version Serial Number Rare NEW! ♚
Flash Memory Toolkit 2.01 Full Version Serial Number Rare
Flash memory toolkit is a command-line utility that helps you manage the data stored on a flash array. See the list of features below. The tools features support the Windows and Linux platforms.
In an inquiry concerning Software Serial Number, I also found the Windows 7 Software Serial Number. This number isn’t new, though. A quick search in Google will show you that the same value was already there on various sites, ranging from Wikipedia to Microsoft’s reference. The value I find in the event record is only stored once, then discarded. And it is not the Software Serial Number.
The hardware serial number (HW SN) is a 32-bit hexadecimal value that is unique to a USB device. These numbers do not contain any manufacturer or product information. The number is only unique to the device itself.
The most common method to know the Windows serial number is to open the Event Viewer. There you can open the Event ID 2106 event record. This information is stored in Event Description field. It also identifies the Windows serial number.
pnpdeviceid variables are provided by the GSmartControl function to inform consumers of the device’s physical and logical serial numbers, respectively. If available, both values will be formatted and displayed for you to view.
The information that GSmartControl provides for the Microsoft serial number consists of the serial number itself, the manufacturer code, and the build date. For a detailed list of codes, refer to the GSmartControl reference manual. An example of how the device codes are laid out in the GSmartControl device data file is illustrated here: