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How can we get Driver Info?

 
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Hi,
I want to get Driver details in java..How many drivers(C,D) in our system ? What are they? Can any one please help me..


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Prakash
 
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What sort of drivers are you asking about? JDBC drivers? Device drivers?
 
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Hi,

Thanks for ur reply! I need info about device driver.
 
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Originally posted by prakash ramakrishnan:
I want to get Driver details in java..How many drivers(C,D) in our system ? What are they? Can any one please help me..



You mean drive detail? such as C, D, E, etc.

If it is the case then it is not the right forum to ask. It would better answered in Java General Intermediate forum.
 
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Oh, "drives" as in Windows disks? That belongs in the I/O forum. Thusly moved.
 
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Have a look at java.io.File. There's a method called listRoots() that you will find useful.
 
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