High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! DxDiag ("DirectX
Diagnostics") is a diagnostics tool used to test DirectX
functionality and troubleshoot video- or sound-related hardware
problems. DirectX Diagnostic can save text files with the scan
results. These files are often posted in tech forums or attached to
support emails in order to give support personnel a better idea of
the PC the requester is using in case the error is due to a
hardware failure or incompatibility. DxDiag by default located in
%SystemRoot%System32. In Windows Vista and Windows 7, DxDiag only
shows information; it is no longer possible to test the hardware
and the various DirectX components.
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