Oh my... YOU DID IT! Your suggestion fixed the problem! It works now, in both directions :D:D. Brilliant! Thank you very much. Thanks to everybody else trying to help as well. Just awesome. Wow
Great, that means that the problem was related with that string, mos probably, it was looking for " Realtek" instead of "Realtek" (notice the preceding space). Anyways, good to know it's working.
AHK is sweet. Now only to figure out how the hell to use it, and I'll be set!
It took me one week to start making great stuff, and one month to know almost everything there is about it. Don't worry, it's really fast to learn.
While I'm at it.. how do I set a hotkey for scripts? And does AutoHotKey itself have its own GUI.. if so, how can it be accessed? I do have an entry for AHK on the start menu, but when I start AutoHotKey it starts with the default INI file and nothing really happens from what I could tell. It just opens the ini file in text-editing mode in notepad.
AHK is a scripting language, that means there is no gui, because it's not a "real" program. I'd say the best place for you to start is the help file, which is an exelent resource, and has tuturials on how to do the basic stuff.
The help file is so good, that it's a constant reference, even for everyone that knows how to program in AHK. You should have a good look at it, it'll take out all your doubts