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no_Wedge

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what is the command to list all drivers on a system, I tried using sc query in command line, but the drivers go by too fast and you can't read them.
 
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There are some excellent programs, like Service Controller, and Service Manager 2k-XP that list and control services and drivers.

If you use:

sc query >drivers.txt

it will create a text file in whatever folder you run the command with the list.

You might want to try:

sc query type= driver
or
sc query type= service

to get a list of all current, active drivers and services.
 

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thanks i had no idea you could create an output with that command.
 
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