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31 March 2020
Service Center 13 continues to advance as the world’s number one hardware diagnostic toolkit—including new localized reports with cloud storage and support for Android sessions. This latest release also includes these notable new features: Localized reports in Finnish, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French and Portuguese Localized reports stored in the Service Center Remote cloud Ability to […]
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Advancing the World’s Number One Hardware Diagnostic Toolkit Service Center 12 continues to advance as the world’s number one hardware diagnostic toolkit—with all new Certified NIST-Compliant Drive Erase, plus cloud-stored drive erasure reports. This latest release also includes these notable new features and more: DirectX 12 Shader Rendering test Android version 8.x Oreo and 9.x […]
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31 March 2020
A sc13 kit needed to do the test further ?
" sc13 remote " installed PC , won't have remote for PC-Doctor computer ?
"sc13 remote " PCD-004126-2020-03-04 //PCD-004134-2020-03-09 no replies , no phone number , on waiting...?
"sc13 remote " unfound steps instructions of Archive and manual...
Prolonged this at "sc13 remote" which was test on the GLF- m93p all working well none error and pretty more simple than the sc12 kit as before.
There is nowhere find instruction for archiving the test anyway.
Would you like to forward this to sup...
31 March 2020
I'm curious if there is a list of what was new/removed from 7.9 to 8.0. I have 8.0 bin & cue files on my computer that I never upgraded to and was hoping to find out ho worthwhile the upgrade might still be.
We have responded to your support ticket to inform you that we have sent the DVDs for Service Center 12. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope the DVDs will allow you to complete your upgrade without any issues.
Please Dan for completive info:
1. Boot using your Service Center USB KEY on your PC.
2. Ensure your Android device is in Developer mode.
3. Select Android Diagnostics.
On the S6 Samsung , S8 none , there is Developer options under settings, is...
PC-Doctor Toolbox for Windows
31 March 2020
Refer to Re: DUID modify according to obey RCF3315 subnet concerning ,
PC-Doctor tool box is thought reporting the error on physical netmap problem there are here . Today oct 30 2019 , cause another error besides the first double firewa...
The disc is a Western Digital 1 terabyte drive. It is the secondary drive; the main one is an SSD. The only changes to my system for the last few years are periodic MS Windows 10 updates.
As stated in the original post DS Mgr reports both file & folder...
I am assuming that this is a secondary, internal drive connected to the motherboard of your computer. Is this correct? If so, what format is the drive in? What changes, if any, has occurred on your system between the time things worked as...