Windows Equivalent Of Lspci 1. Drivers can be complied into the Linux kernel or as modules. If they are modules, they can be (un)loaded on demand. You can find information about a machines devices with these commands: My favorite is. For names and numers. Have a look at the man pages for the following commands. Start Windows 10 PowerShell As Administrator. Step 2: Get Network Adapter Link Speeds – PowerShell has a “Get-NetAdapterHardwareInfo” feature. Copy and paste that in PowerShell and you should see all network connections enumerated. One of the Columns is PcieLinkSpeed. Get Network Adapter Link Speed Windows. Here is a handy table that will. And on windows it's look like this. Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4300U CPU @ 1.90GHz, 2501 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s) i could find any thing from google which could map linux equilent to windows processor information. I also followed this link: lscpu.

PCI-Z is a freeware lightweight system utility designed to provide information about (unknown) PCI (PCI-E, PCI-X..) devices and helps you find appropriate device drivers. Download now

PCI-Z is a freeware lightweight system utility designed to provide information about (unknown) PCI (PCI-E, PCI-X..) devices and helps you find appropriate device drivers.

PCI-Z is designed for detecting unknown hardware on your Windows based PC. It will help you determine vendor, device and certain details about device even if you don't have drivers installed. Software uses The PCI ID Repository, a public repository of all known ID's used in PCI devices: ID's of vendors, devices, subsystems and device classes. It is used in various programs (e.g. The PCI Utilities) to display full human-readable names instead of cryptic numeric codes. It is almost similar to lspci Linux command but with full Windows support.

You can find drivers for your operating system without a problem! Find drivers for your WiFi cards, audio cards, network cards or any other PCI peripheral.

PCI-Z 2.0 is compatible and works on: Windows XP SP3Windows VistaWindows 7Windows 8Windows 10Windows Server 2003 R2Windows Server 2008/2012/2016 (R2)Windows PE

Lspci On Windows

For legacy purposes, you can use PCI-Z 1.31 on (in addition to OS'es listed above): Windows 2000Windows NeptuneWindows XPWindows LonghornWindows Server 2000/2003Bart PE/ReatogoReactOS

Both 32 bit (x86) and 64 bit (x64) Windows versions are fully supported, where applicable. Both i386 and amd64 kernels of Windows PE are supported as well. PCI-Z 1.31 also works on Bart PE/Reatogo, 'live CD' of Windows XP. In addition, you can run PCI-Z on ReactOS in full functionality. ReactOS is a free open source operating system based on the best design principles found in the Windows NT architecture - providing completely and in all ways legal and free platform for running PCI-Z without any Windows licenses necessary. PCI-Z will NOT run on Windows 95, 98 or ME.

It does not require any library but default Windows ones. No Visual Studio C++ redistributed, no .NET platform, no Java. WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation) is required from PCI-Z 2.0 for motherboard and BIOS version detection.

There is no installation or configuration! Simply run the file and wait until you get the report. Afterwards, right click on the line to get options (copy all data or just a segment) or export the whole list.

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The author of CPU-Z has granted me permission to use a name similar to his product. Thanks Franck!

Key features

  • detects all PCI/PCI-X/PCI-E cards, even if your device manager doesn't recognizes them
  • one file only needed for running - 100% portable, no installation needed, no Internet connection needed (except for automatic database update)(
  • 'lspci for Windows' - familiar lspci-like tool from Linux in both GUI and CLI form on Windows
  • helps you find drivers for your unknown PCI devices on Windows
  • reports devices with drivers issues
  • daily updates with PCI ID database
  • small size, small memory footprint
  • spyware/malware free

How to use

Although PCI-Z is very simple to use, there are some considerations to be taken into account.

Verify From PCI-Z 2.0 there is an option to verify your PCI configuration and share it online. This way, you can help others find out if their hardware is compatible on certain combination of motherboards, BIOS'es and operating systems. Verification and access to online database is completely free! You can check out PCI-Z online database below

PCI-Z has embedded PCI ID database for redundancy and ability to work in the strict and closed environments. However, there are several options to load (not necessarily, but usually) newer PCI ID databases. When starting, PCI-Z checks current folder for 'pci.ids' of newer date. If there is newer PCI ID database in current folder, PCI-Z will automatically use it instead of embedded one. You can either use Update to check if there is newer pci.ids database online, or Load one manually from your PC. In case there have been changes in your PCI configuration, you can pick Refresh to reload database and rescan PCI devices.

PCI-Z has the ability to take screenshot of itself by clicking on Screenshot. Screenshot will be taken as 24 bit PNG.

You can export your PCI configuration in plain text, CSV or JSON by clicking on Export

By right clicking on listed device, there is an option for drivers search - Search for drivers. That option will run a simple Google query in your default Internet browser with vendor name and your operating system version. This does not guarantee that you will find your driver, nor am I responsible for any potential damage!

Up to version 1.31, PCI-Z has embedded both CLI and GUI versions of PCI-Z in one file. That will result in loading both GUI and 'blank' console (CLI) window once you start PCI-Z. Except for the visual effect (console window should generally disappear momentarily) that all users are not accustomed to, GUI functionalities of PCI-Z have remained the same. PCI-Z has command line options for advanced users. Details about those can be accessed by running PCI-Z from console (CLI) with '/?' switch/parameter. These options are no longer available on PCI-Z 2.0 and up. However, previous version will provide basic features of PCI-Z and support for legacy systems.

Verification database

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From PCI-Z 2.0 there is an option to verify your PCI configuration and share it online. This way, you can help others find out if their hardware is compatible on certain combination of motherboards, BIOS'es and operating systems. Verification and access to online database is completely free.



All regular users can use 'normal' (x86) version of PCI-Z. For users that are using Windows PE or any other Windows version supporting exclusively amd64 kernel, you can use x64 version. Both versions have exactly the same functionalities!

Lspci On Windows Update

I recommend downloading ZIP files since they contain latest PCI ID database in archive. You can always, however, download executive file only and get latest database later on.

Lspci On Windows Xp

Download PCI-Z 2.0 (1.145 kB) (PCI ID version 2017.07.01) [SHA1: 4f4543047ad941945225ace697beb13ceb015e7b]

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Download PCI-Z x64 2.0 (1.420 kB) (PCI ID version 2017.07.01) [SHA1: b7f3084e77c5629e84d660f0e4f9021374be4c3b] (yes, still fits on single '1.44 MB' floppy!)

What's new (Release Notes)
2.0 (Jul 15, 2017)
Significant code changes and speedups, improved pci.ids database handling
Support for online verification!
Verbose PCI device status
Various other code improvements
1.31 (Jul 15, 2017)
Fixed major bug with detecting multiple identical devices; update for legacy support
1.3 (Apr 19, 2014)
Significant code changes and speedups
All database transactions are dealt with through memory
'Error message' column no longer appears if there is no errors/problems with devices
Added devices class detection
Added ability to sort columns
Fixed bug where part of menu was left when screenshot was taken
CLI output is now more lspci-like
1.2 (Jan 27, 2014)
Command line options
Screenshot ability
E-mail report
Better PCI ID database manipulation and redundancy
Automatic search for driver (requires browser and Internet connection)
Bug fixes and code improvements (Jan 4, 2014)
Can display basic system information
Ability to load newer database from PCI ID manually
Resize to arbitrary window size
Minor code improvements (Sep 9, 2013)
Added main menu and help file (Sep 9, 2013)
Added maximize screen capability
Minor bug fixes (Sep 6, 2013)
Initial version

Download PCI-Z 1.31 (685 kB) (PCI ID version 2017.07.01) [SHA1: 3c97fec72d46243abc0ac4c7bfb27ed2d66eed14]

Lspci On Windows 7

Download PCI-Z x64 1.31 (830 kB) (PCI ID version 2017.07.01) [SHA1: 88aa11b31b6d9cb07130ee0feff4cb32622878e0]

Please report all bugs and comments to bubba (at) pci - z (dot) com

Software is free for both commercial and non commercial usage. You can review licence here.