Just print screen and place that in some document.
I've never required a client to document this. I take their word.
I’d like to know how to print out a Win 10 Diagnostics report.
My desktop is beginning to have lock-up problems. I ran the Diagnostics at boot-up, and in two places it told me that a certain block on the hard drive could not be read, and added, “replace hard drive.” I plan to do that. However, I’d also like to get a hard copy of the tests, and I didn’t see any buttons that gave me such an option. I assume that there is a log somewhere, and that I should be able to access it and print it, but I don’t have a clue how to do it. My concern is that if I buy a new drive and attempt the usual routine of mirroring the old drive onto the new one, the malfunction will foul up the mirroring process. I may want to have a professional service install the new drive. But if I do that, having a printed diagnostics log should help them figure out what to do, shouldn’t it?
Can anybody help me access that log?