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Engaged Sweeper

I have one question about report.

I have no any recorder in "Computer: 64bit processor but 32 bit OS installed"
do you same?

I don't know is that open in Lansweeper 4.0 bate free version?
Engaged Sweeper III
I know this is an OT but I have been beating my head against the wall with this issue today as well, unrelated to LS. I don't think this is a LS issue at all. I think it is an WMI issue in Win XP and 2003(?). Please correct me if I am totally wrong here.

If I use generic WMI Explorer against two identical HP 6930p machines(P8600 Core2Duo) a 32bit XP install returns all possible indicators from CIM_Processor and WIN32_Processor as 32bit.
Doing the same on a 32bit Windows 7 machine correctly reports a 32bit OS (addressWidth)running on a 64bit Processor(datawidth, architecture and Caption).
Installing the hotfix for the correct processor name, does not resolve this. Updating the BIOS firmware did not resolve it either. I didn't try the XP hotfix for correct # of cores/MT ability.
There was some reference to this issue and how WMI changed with Vista at Technet's TheScriptingGuy blog but all the links i found are outdated and I have not been able to find the post.

and psexec the following might be a workaround
i have not tested the script but the source was a subscription site, so I could not link to it. I tested the chkcpu, it works as designed.

Set oWS = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Set oFS = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

sComputer = "ComputerNameHere"

sScriptName = WScript.ScriptName
sScriptPath = WScript.ScriptFullName
sTemp = Replace(sScriptName, ".vbs", ".txt")
sTempFile = Replace(sScriptPath, sScriptName, sTemp)

oWS.Run "cmd.exe /c psexec \\" & sComputer & " -c C:\Windows\System32\chkcpu32 /v >" & Chr(34) & sTempFile & chr(34),0 ,True

Set oTempFile = oFS.OpenTextFile(sTempFile, 1)

Do While oTempFile.AtEndOfStream <> True
sText = oTempFile.ReadLine
If Instr(sText, "64-bit support") Then
sText = LCase(sText)
If InStr(sText, "no") Then
oWS.Popup "CPU with 64-bit support NOT detected", ,sComputer , vbExclamation
oWS.Popup "CPU with 64-bit support DETECTED!", ,sComputer , vbInformation
End If
Exit Do
End If


maybe this will help someone or someone will post how to pull the correct 64bit flag from WMI in XP.
Engaged Sweeper

but Intel website said the CPU is Intel 64. and I use BITS check is x64 CPU.
Lansweeper Alumni
hzjfans wrote:

but Intel website said the CPU is Intel 64. and I use BITS check is x64 CPU.

WMI says it not a 64 bit processor.
You might want to try to update the bios and intel drivers on this computer.
Engaged Sweeper

yes, I post the information for you, this CPU is 64bit.

Last scan at 4/21/2010 1:07:47 PM took 0.07 seconds, waittime is 50 days.


Caption: x86 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
Name: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU P8400 @ 2.26GHz
Manufacturer: GenuineIntel
ProcessorId: BFEBFBFF0001067A
SocketDesignation: Microprocessor
AddressWidth: 32
Architecture: 0
Availability: 3
CpuStatus: 1
DataWidth: 32
DeviceID: CPU0
ExtClock: 266
Family: 2
L2CacheSize: 3072
Level: 6
MaxClockSpeed: 2261
NumberOfCores: 2
NumberOfLogicalProcessors: 2
ProcessorType: 3
Revision: 5898
UpgradeMethod: 6
VoltageCaps: 2
Date: 4/21/2010 1:07:47 PM

Lansweeper Alumni
hzjfans wrote:

Caption: x86 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
AddressWidth: 32
DataWidth: 32

This is saying it's 32 bit.
Lansweeper Alumni
Do you have any computers that have this criteria?