Welcome MyPCInfo Support Page

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Introduction
MyPCinfo retreives a lot of detailed information from the PC.

  • Operating System (Overview)
  • Pagefile
  • Registry
  • Software Installed
  • System Drivers
  • Eventlog
  • Processes
  • Services
  • Recovery
  • Boot
  • Groups
  • Login Profiles
  • Environment
  • Shares
  • Codecs
  • Desktop
  • Network Protocols Installed
  • Bios
  • Product
  • CPU
  • Memory
  • Logical Drives
  • Physical Drives
  • CD/DVD
  • Network
  • Geo IP
  • Monitor
  • Video Card
  • License Keys

You can install it on the pc as an ordinary program, or you can take it with you on an USB stick or even execute it from an UNC path if you want. No installation is required.
The information retreived can be seen directely in the program, but it is also possible to mail it, or write it to a disk onto a path you choose..

 


FAQs

I have saved my mail information, but it disappears when I start MyPCInfo application?
If you carry MyPCInfo arround on a memory stick or execute it from an UNC path, please be sure that the mail information resides in the same directory as the program.
The file are called MailSettings.ini.
When you save the maildata it is automatically saved in the same spot as the MyPCInfo executable.
The file is encrypted, so you can not read its contents as clear text.



I have saved my path information, but it disappears when I start MyPCInfo application? 

If you carry MyPCInfo arround on a memory stick or execute it from an UNC path, please be sure that the path information resides in the same directory as the program.
The file are called PathSettings.ini.
When you save the pathdata it is automatically saved in the same spot as the MyPCInfo executable.
The file is encrypted, so you can not read its contents as clear text.



MyPCInfo does not mail to me. All settings are correct.

MyPCInfo checks your information when you save you mail information, but there is also some checks that are performed when you send the mail.
However there are a couple of things that cannot be verified.
If the receiving mail server is down, you will most likely not get notified.

If your sender address does not belong to an "existing" domain, some mailservers will not send your mail. It is a security precaution.
For instance: A sender called This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. is not valid, while This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. will be considered valid.
Even though the mail address might not exist, the extension softraven.com does, and that makes it valid. 
The extension 
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. does not exist, and many mailservers will block the mai.



How do find my mail settings information?

Mail Server:
The server that relays the mail MyPCInfo sends.

Receiver:
The mail address you want to receive the xml files MyPCInfo creates

Sender:
The mail address will appear on the mail as the sender e-mail. The address can be fictive, but the mail domain normally has to exist.
Read the post "MyPCInfo does not mail to me. All settings are correct."

SMTP Port
Default SMTP port are 25, BUT lots of e-mail providers change this port number. It could be port 2525 or 26, or a complety other port.
You have to check out the settings that your e-mail provider requires.

SMTP Protocol
The mail are sent using a protocol called SMTP. MyPCInfo does not support SMTP using TSL/SSL, so if that is required by your e-mail provider it is not possible to use the mail functionality.
Normally your own private ISP (The company you get your internet from) has an e-mail server that does not require TLS/SSL. Check their homepage

Username:
The username, are the login id you use as authentication when you connect to your e-mail providers mail server.

Password
The username, are the login password you use as authentication when you connect to your e-mail providers mail server.

What is the path information?
The path information is the place where xml files are saved. If the path does not exist, MyPCInfo will create it.