Record Steps to Reproduce a Problem

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fraganegra

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It is frequent to see when a new post is created that it takes a while before all of the relevant information is obtained. The system info tool provides basic information about a given system and it can be of great help.

There are also many users who find it difficult to explain their problem into something that is understandable by others so I would therefore like to encourage for Windows 7 users the usage of the "record steps to reproduce a problem" feature.

You can access this windows 7 feature by clicking on start and typing record in the search box and selecting record steps to reproduce a problem. You can then record steps and add your own comments.
the program will record in a zip format screenshots and a log of what you have done.

This might be useful to point out certain problems or show certain settings.
Depending on the problem this tool might be quite practical or not but for that
common sense should be used.
Note that this is intended for short recordings otherwise you will end up with a huge file
and I dont think that you will be able to upload it after.
 

etaf

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very interesting application, was not aware of that

I recorded
CMD
ipconfig /all and ping google test

took 30seconds - file size 376KB as a zip file - so will not load here -

but could be a useful tool and using some of the online file share facilities
 
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