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March 26, 2017, 02:12:22 AM
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 on: March 10, 2017, 07:32:15 AM 
Started by singha - Last post by PCD_Dan
Hello,

I'm sorry you are having troubles activating your software.

If you could please submit a support ticket on our website I would be more than happy to assist with your issue.

Please go to http://www.pc-doctor.com/support/

Once there, submit a new support ticket and we will get this all sorted out.

Thank you so much,

Dan R.

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 on: March 10, 2017, 06:29:43 AM 
Started by singha - Last post by singha
Hey i am having trouble activating software on pc

My email is ******
thanks


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 on: March 10, 2017, 05:25:24 AM 
Started by Raynier - Last post by Raynier
Yes the appendix is a life saver, I have been using to make a little headway.
Thank you for the logic flow, it is helpful as I am a little new a scripting.

As for the bootable, I figured I would have to do something like like. I am hoping to avoid it for now. I have shifted focus more into windows, at least until I get a solid batch file running.

That being said if anyone come across anymore information (Windows or Bootable) that is useful or could make the process easier please post!

Thank you for all your help!  Smiley

-Raynier

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 on: March 09, 2017, 12:30:30 PM 
Started by Raynier - Last post by PCD_James
There is info on pages 37-38 of the user guide on command line usage. Using this  I was quickly able to write a batch file to automate the process and accomplish your objective with the following logic flow:
 
1.Find Drive Letter assigned to Service Center MUD
2.Determine OS architecture(32 or 64)
3.Change into either bin or bin 64 directory on the MUD depending on the architecture
4.Run service Center system script and save report to MUD then exit
5.Copy report to new location

The trouble is that if this is being done in the bootable mode you will have to modify the boot options to load a custom linux shell script when the bootable OS launches that mounts your network drive and then executes the previously listed logic in linux commands.

It is doable, however I would need some time to work through this myself as I was unable to find any references or PC-Doctor Engineers who have done this themselves.

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 on: March 09, 2017, 09:51:10 AM 
Started by Raynier - Last post by Raynier
I am currently trying to do it through bootable, as I have a couple of keys and I would like be able to test multiple machines without having to install the  OS on them.

If am not able to, I am sure I could figure something out using windows.

Thank you for the quick reply!

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 on: March 09, 2017, 09:37:14 AM 
Started by Raynier - Last post by PCD_James
Hello,

What Environment are trying to run Service Center in, bootable or Windows? Adding access to a network drive and automating all of this in bootable is not really supported and I am not sure as to how feasible this would be to fully automate.

If you are running this in Windows, it may be possible to accomplish this through a batch file. I will do some research and get back to you shortly.

-James W.
 

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 on: March 09, 2017, 09:26:09 AM 
Started by Raynier - Last post by Raynier
Hello All,

I am new to this forum, and I am looking for some scripting help for SC 10.5

What I am trying to do is create script that will run System.xml, then save the report to a directory on the MUD. Then I can Xcopy that report to a specified network location. That said I have a couple of questions:

#1: Is this something that can be done?

#2: If is can be done, would anyone be will to share any examples/information?

I really appreciate any help I can get.

Thank you in advance.

Raynier

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 on: March 02, 2017, 07:22:19 PM 
Started by TAJ68PR - Last post by TAJ68PR
Thanks for the quick reply... I should have read the manual Smiley

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 on: March 02, 2017, 04:35:41 PM 
Started by TAJ68PR - Last post by PCD_Dan
Hello,

Sorry you are having issues with our product. Service center does test Android with the following steps that can also be referenced from the user guide on page 33.

To test an android device
1. Boot using your Service Center USB KEY on your PC.
2. Ensure your Android device is in Developer mode.
3. Select Android Diagnostics.
4. Once the test PC is up, it will prompt you to continue and to optionally enter a session name
5. It will then display all of the Android devices it can find  connected to the test PC. It is best to turn on the Android device and unlock it before continuing.
6. Choose the device (if multiple are connected) that you want to test first.
7. Select one of the five test options.

For further assistance with Service Center I recommend filling out a support ticket at www.pc-doctor.com/support

-Dan R.

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 on: March 02, 2017, 04:11:07 PM 
Started by TAJ68PR - Last post by TAJ68PR
How do you use Service Center 10.5 on an Android device?

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