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FaultWire Error Test
This test is used to check if FaultWire is...
This is the test dialog within the FaultWire Manager. It's only purpose is to confirm FaultWire solution button is working and allow you to try it out and see how it works.
Dialog may appear differently depending on Windows style options and where it occurs.
FaultWire Error Test
This test is used to check if FaultWire is active. When active, you will see the purple FaultWire solution button in the top-right area of the title bar.
Left-click on the solution button to go to the FaultWire website solution page for details about the issue. You can also right-click on the solution button to get a list of additional options.
This dialog only appears the first time you install FaultWire or if you manually select the Test choice from the FaultWire Manager. To access the FaultWire Manager in the future, run FaultWire Manager from Start, Programs.
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FaultWire Staff Posted: 26-Jan-2009
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When a dialog of interest appears, FaultWire attaches a solution button to provide more information about the issue. Behind the scenes, your PC communicates with the FaultWire server to see if we have already seen this specific message. In most cases we have already prepared a web page for the issue so we communicate back the specific page that details all the information on the issue, should you click on the FaultWire solution button.
In the rare case where we've never seen the issue before, we'll save the basic dialog information and prepare a web page for that specific issue and also communicate the new web page address back to the FaultWire Manager.
More details are available in the FaultWire User Guide, available from the FaultWire Manager help menu.
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