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Submittion of issues

Post by Admin on Tue Nov 01, 2011 8:13 am

Please remember when adding an issue to send in your data about your system.

Like:
Which OS, which build
Which Processor
Which Ram, graphics etc.
Which NIC etc

This will make it easier to determon which Troubleshooting we can provide

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Re: Submittion of issues

Post by Tim_VO on Tue Nov 01, 2011 10:56 am

To easily do this you can take the following steps:

First, you should make sure to have directX installed. ;-)

Depending on your OS:

XP: start --> run --> dxdiag

Vista/Win7: start --> type 'dxdiag' in the search field

Hit enter.

You'll now see the directX diagnostic program with many tabs depicting details about your computer. Hit the button labeled "Save all Information" at the bottom and save it in *.txt format.

Open the file and paste it into the forum. Voila, we have what we need. Note that not all information is relevant, the file contains a lot of obsolete information.

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