MS-DOS msd command
MSD is a utility that is used to view diagnostic information relating to your computer's hardware setup.
Msd is an external command that is available for the following Microsoft operating systems as msd.exe.
Assists Microsoft support personnel in obtaining detailed technical information about your computer.
MSD [/B] [/I] [/F file name] [/P file name] [/S [file name]]
|/B||Runs MSD in black and white instead of color (for monitors that cannot correctly display MSD in color).|
|/I||Specifies that no initial hardware detection be performed (used if MSD does not start up correctly).|
|/F file name||Writes complete MSD report to specified file.|
|/P file name||Writes complete MSD report to specified file, without requesting any user input.|
|/S [file name]||Writes summary MSD report to specified file. If no file name is specified, output will be sent to the monitor.|
Run MSD without scanning for additional hardware that may not be detected.
- See the MSD definition for further information about Microsoft Diagnostics.