[Request] cmd batch to detect if the system x64 or x32

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  1. N7epsilon

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    #1 N7epsilon, Jan 17, 2014
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    Hi.
    I'm looking for a cmd file detect if the system kernel x64 or x32 , becuse itry with this batch and it did't work , my plan is to add windows 7 driver cd's in AIO win 7 dvd vi setupcomplete.cmd but the problem is the too diffrent sourse of os , here is the setupcomplete.cmd sample what i use to run the drivers instaler :

    Code:
    echo off
    
    echo Detecting OS processor type :-------------------------------- if "%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%"=="AMD64" goto 64BIT echo 32-bit OS %~dp0"wandrv32.exe" goto END :64BIT echo 64-bit OS %~dp0"wandrv(64).exe" ​
     
  2. Mr Jinje

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    #2 Mr Jinje, Jan 17, 2014
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    Maybe this work better ?
    Code:
    start /b /wait powershell.exe -command "$ARCH = (Get-WmiObject -class Win32_OperatingSystem | Select-Object OSArchitecture).OSArchitecture;If ($ARCH -eq '64-bit') {Write-Host $ARCH;.\wandrv64.exe}else{Write-Host $ARCH;.\wandrv32.exe}"
    #
    
     
  3. N7epsilon

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    #3 N7epsilon, Jan 17, 2014
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    thanx alot :biggrin: i'll test it .
     
  4. N7epsilon

    N7epsilon MDL Novice

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    it dos't work curntlly
     
  5. N7epsilon

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    I have successfully run the process by Batch and not a cmd file , thanks again
     
  6. MrMagic

    MrMagic MDL Guru

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    Or Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\System
     
  7. N7epsilon

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    It seems you did not understand what I mean. I asked it to integrate the cmd whit an un attended windows 7 dvd
     
  8. Mr Jinje

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    #8 Mr Jinje, Jan 17, 2014
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    This works fine on my x64, (at least for echoing the correct bit-ness), problem must be your file-names. Why parentheses in the (64) in the file, but no parentheses in the 32 bit ?

    Code:
    @ECHO OFF
    
    echo Detecting OS processor type
    :--------------------------------
    
    if "%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%"=="AMD64" goto 64BIT
    echo 32-bit OS
    %~dp0wandrv32.exe
    goto END
    :64BIT
    echo 64-bit OS
    %~dp0wandrv(64).exe
    PAUSE
     
  9. MrMagic

    MrMagic MDL Guru

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    It seems you are right
     
  10. alanfox

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    I struggled with this for some time then realized that if "C:\Program Files (86)" is present (cmd file IF EXISTS ....) then this is x64 Windows.
     
  11. N7epsilon

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    Hi evryone agin ' itry all this on VHD and itd't work corctly seems to something rong whith it can any body add anew way to test it > :(
     
  12. KNARZ

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    #12 KNARZ, Jan 22, 2014
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    To avoid any irritations i'm using my own variables.
    within my helper.cmd I definied programfiles like this...

    Code:
    
    ::Programfiles
    if [%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%] == [AMD64] (
        set "pf86=%programfiles(x86)%"
        set "pf64=%programfiles%"
    
    ) else (
        set "pf86=%programfiles%"
    )
    
    with this easy few lines I'm always sure that I'm pointing to the right directory.
    maybe this is something for you.
     
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  13. Flipp3r

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    #13 Flipp3r, Jan 22, 2014
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    This is what I use to install my OS:
    Code:
    if %processor_architecture% == AMD64 \Source.x64\setup /unattend:%PTH%Files\Unattend-BIOS.xml
    if %processor_architecture% == x86 \Source.x86\setup /unattend:%PTH%Files\Unattend-BIOS.xml
    If you have both 32 & 64 bit executable's, you can rename them & call them from your batch:
    Files: Recoverx86.exe & RecoverAMD64.exe
    Code:
    @echo off
    Recover%processor_architecture%
     
  14. Kamrul08

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    @echo off
    mode con lines=10 cols=40
    IF EXIST "%ProgramFiles(x86)%" goto 64bit
    IF EXIST "%ProgramFiles%" goto 32bit


    :64bit
    ECHO.
    ECHO.
    echo. Your Operating System is 64bit.
    ping localhost -n 4 >nul
    exit /b


    :32bit
    ECHO.
    ECHO.
    echo. Your Operating System is 32bit.
    ping localhost -n 4 >nul
    exit /b
     
  15. Dos_Probie

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    #15 Dos_Probie, Feb 18, 2014
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    3-Way OS Check

    Most of the listed methods will work but I prefer to check for a file rather than Programs x86 , I ran across a system last year where someone made a X86 directory with a 32-bit system so it would error out, also the AMD method is good for AMD systems but there are also Intelx64 systems as well, and last the ping is a old carry over from XP so I perfer to use the timeout command..Here is a 3-way check that should give you your basic info you can use all or cherry pick out what you want..DP
    Code:
    @echo off&color 1f&mode con:cols=68 lines=8
    :: 3-Way Check for Bitness, OS Version and Full or Upgrade
    :: 02.18.14 ~DosProbie
    
    :: ### Ck Windows OS Version..
    for /f "usebackq tokens=1,* delims==" %%a in (`wmic os get caption /format:list ^| findstr "^Caption="`) do (
        set %%a=%%b
    )
    title, %Caption%
    
    :: ### Ck If Windows OS Is Full or Upgrade Version..
    set regpath=hklm\software\microsoft\windows\currentversion\setup\oobe
    set regvalue=MediaBootInstall
    set regdata=1
    
    reg query "%regpath%" /v "%regvalue%" | findstr /r "%regdata%">nul 2>&1
    cls
    :: ### OUTPUT IF FULL OR UPGRADE..
    if "%errorlevel%" equ "1" (
    
     title, %Caption%is a Full Version!
    ) else (
     title, %Caption%is a Upgrade Version!
    )
    
    :: ### Ck OS Bitness..
    if exist "%systemroot%\syswow64\cmd.exe" (call :x64) else (call :x86)
    
    :x86
    echo %Caption%32-bit OS.. && timeout /t 5 >nul
    ::< code > 
    exit
    
    :x64
    echo %Caption%64-bit OS.. && timeout /t 5 >nul
    ::< code > 
    exit
    
     
  16. s1ave77

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    #16 s1ave77, Feb 18, 2014
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    There ain't no 'AMD'-Method, even an Intel system will give out 'AMD64'. Running an Intel i5 here :cool2:.

    Code:
    C:\Windows\System32>reg query "HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Man
    ager\Environment" /v "PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE"
    
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Environment
        PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE    REG_SZ    AMD64
    
    
     
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  17. Dos_Probie

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    #17 Dos_Probie, Feb 18, 2014
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    My req query reads as follows:
    Code:
    PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE = x86
    PROCESSOR_IDENTIFIER = x86 Family 6 Model 42 Stepping 7, GenuineIntel
     
  18. s1ave77

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    #18 s1ave77, Feb 18, 2014
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    On a x64 System...? I was talking about the AMD64 string on x64 Systems.
     
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  19. Flipp3r

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    Yes, s1ave77 is totally correct. If processor_architecture = AMD64 then your running a 64bit OS. It has nothing to do with Intel or AMD!
     
  20. user_hidden

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    nope not worthy !
    very basic and unreliable way of detecting OS arch