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comment Detect corrupted WMI
Check my updated question, WMI can fail in strange ways.
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comment Detect corrupted WMI
Unfortunately not - I have updated the question to better describe the problem with WMI.
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comment Detect corrupted WMI
I see your point and had our script been simpler I would have agreed. The problem is that we do allot of checks via WMI and it would be nice to determine up front if running them is going to be possible rather than having the script fail (and the afterwords spending time figuring out if it failed for important system reasons or if its simply due to corrupted WMI)
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comment if there are multiple kernel module can drive the same device, what is the rule to choose from them?
This is correct and I have updated the answer with documentation that points to the rules of module ordering
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answered if there are multiple kernel module can drive the same device, what is the rule to choose from them?