Apmstat Examples

Updated: March 28, 2003

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

APMstat Examples

Example 1: Provide status information on Advanced Power Management (APM)

To provide status information on Advanced Power Management (APM) features, type:

apmstat

Your results will look similar to the following output:


This machine has an APM bios present that looks OK, and it is
not on the list of machines known to have APM problems.
Check the power applet in the control panel to see if APM is enabled.

Example 2: Display a verbose report

To display a verbose report, type:

apmstat /v

Your results will look similar to the following output:


This computer appears to have an APM legal HAL.
This machine has an APM bios present that looks OK, and it is
not on the list of machines known to have APM problems.
Check the power applet in the control panel to see if APM is enabled.
APM Registry Data Dump
Major = 0001  Minor = 0002
InstallFlags = 0003
Code16Segment = f000  Code16Offset = f10c  DataSeg = f000
Signature = APM
Valid = 0001
Detection Log Data:
44 45 54 4c 4f 47 31 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
 D  E  T  L  O  G  1

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