Hardware ID Extractor Library Crack+ Free Download (2022)
It uses the GpioGetHardwareIDs function of Windows API, and it’s using the low-level native API that has been designed to work in more hardware configurations. The fact that the native API is low-level means that we can change the serial number in a way that it will not impact the system’s normal functionality.
The hardware IDs are obtained from the manufacturer and are unique per computer. You can choose the hardware IDs based on your application (computer, portable computer, etc) – so it can be unique and for the specific user.
Hardware ID Extractor will automatically detect computers’ CPU speed, operating system version and motherboard manufacturer – so it can automatically detect the serial number for the specific computer.
If the serial number is embedded in the BIOS then the application can easily read it. The library tries to use this method when the user doesn’t want to change his BIOS settings.
To read serial numbers located in the BIOS the BIOS must be in the legacy mode. If the BIOS is in the native mode then the serial numbers can be read using the default BIOS functions. If the BIOS is in the UEFI mode, then we can use GpioGetHardwareIDs function in the Windows API to read the serial numbers.
Another method that the library uses to read serial numbers is the GpioGetHardwareIDs function in the Windows API. This is a native API function that accesses hardware IDs directly. For example, we can get the ID of the motherboard and CPU. You can specify the particular ID you want to read in the function.
You can use the GpioGetHardwareIDs function with hardware IDs that will work in any operating system version – even on the computers without the drivers installed. If the drivers are installed the library will use this function automatically to read the serial numbers.
The GpioGetHardwareIDs function can be used without interrupting the system. For example, this function can be used when the user presses F2 during the computer start or when the user presses Alt+F2 to enable the BIOS password.
The serial number is shown in the form of a string. In this case, we need to change the hardware IDs or the use different hardware IDs.
There are no additional user interface, just a simple function call to get the serial number.
It supports Delphi 2010 and above.
What are the updates in HWID Extractor?
support for serial numbers in UEFI,
support for serial numbers
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* calculates the hardware ID hash
* returns the hardware ID encoded in the bytes in a buffer
* the hash will be a hexadecimal string of a number
* by default returns the hardware ID as a hex string
* by default returns the hardwares ID as a string (numeric)
* can be configured to return the hardware ID as a byte string (binary)
KEYMACRO Hash Example:
// in HashExample.dpr
Hash: array[0..MAX_KEY_HASH_SIZE – 1] of Char;
// in KeyMACROExample.dpr
// NB: the MaxByteArraySize parameter is the max size of the buffer!
SerialNumber :=… // the unique serial number of the hardware (one example is “1234-AB1-C12-5241″)
Size := KeyMACRO.HardwareIDDecode(SerialNumber, @HardwareID, KeyMACRO.MaxByteArraySize);
Bytes := GetMem(Size);
DecodedNumber := Format(‘%x’, [HardwareID]);
KeyMACRO.HardwareIDDecode(SerialNumber, @HardwareID, Size);
KEYMACRO Library Features:
* works on any Windows version!
* hardware ID can be:
a string of a hexadecimal number
a string of a hexadecimal number separated by ‘-‘
a string of a hexadecimal number separated by”
a string of a hexadecimal number separated by ‘.’
* can decode a hardware ID to a number
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Calling Windows API functions to get Windows Serial Number
Calling native Delphi code to get the motherboard serial number
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This is a library that provides a way to extract the hardware id (MAC address) from a system. It could be hardware type, manufacturer or operating system. It is similar to SerialNumbers.C, SoftwareSerial.C.
The library contains 13 different functions, one of them is a function you can use to obtain your hardware id, it is called GetHardwareId. This function returns all the details about your hardware id.
The hardware id is obtained using the GetProcessorInformation API, the GetModuleInformation API and the GetDriverInformation API.
To use the library, you have to:
1. Add the library to your project.
2. Set the library in the options of your project.
3. Build your project.
4. Deploy your executable to a target system.
5. Your application should be launched on the target system, while the target system is connected to your computer.
6. Your application should write to the log file the serial number of the hardware id you obtained, when the application is closed, the log file must be read and the serial number be displayed on a textbox.
7. Make sure that your application can open the log file. If it does not, or you cannot open it, you can use the function GetFileAttributesA. It will help you to know if the file is accessible or not.
You can see and test the source code on your own.
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System Requirements For Hardware ID Extractor Library:
OS: Windows 10 / Windows 8
Processor: Intel Core i3 3.40 GHz or equivalent AMD equivalent or faster
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Intel HD 3000 or equivalent AMD equivalent or faster
Hard Disk: 50 GB available space
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
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