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Hey tmc210,You should be all set, but please respond to email I sent you for your support request if you need anything else.Thanks,Kris
I cannot get the program to run. I keep getting the error 4 listed above. Can you help?
Hi Robert,I apologize for any confusion our software may have caused, and I will do my best to explain the error you're seeing.A failure of the PCI Express Status Test does not immediately mean that there is a problem with the associated device, but ...
Hi Xander,By "offline" I'm assuming you mean Bootable Diagnostics (BD), so please let me know if I am mistaken.The automated option in BD is set to run off the automated.xml script (located in <USB>:\pcdoctor\sc_lin\scripts) and will automatically na...
I'm kicking myself because I've just found this information in the Quick Start guide.It's good to know ahead of time as my goal is to work out my tests to be interaction-less, just start-and-walk-away. With the Windows tests, I've batch-filed them to...
The primary use for the female connector on the network loopback is to test communication along a length of cable (like through a network port in the wall to the switch/router). Otherwise, it does make a great cable holder.... If you don't see the ...
PC-Doctor Toolbox for Windows
Ok, thanks. Much appreciated!
Unfortunately Toolbox doesn't allow the level of granularity required to run a single test for multiple passes, but you can run any of the available test options for multiple passes (but I would guess that you are already aware of this, as your comment...
Hi Kris and many thanks for your quick and thorough response. It explains it all, and provides useful setup information (perhaps it deserves a section in your Help menu?).Quick Q2: If I want to run a particular HW test, e.g. RTC Accuracy uninterrupted...