mikesabi 21:35 13 Sep 04

There is a file in Windows dr watson.exe. When I click it, the program dosen't start.
Can you pls help?

  Diodorus Siculus 08:19 14 Sep 04

It is a Windows utility that runs when it needs to:

click here

Dr. Watson is a diagnostic tool that gathers information about your computer when a problem occurs with a program. The information gathered by Dr. Watson is called a snapshot. The snapshot includes information that:

* Identifies the program that has a problem.
* Offers a detailed description of the cause.
* May provide a resolution for the problem.

A Dr. Watson icon appears on the taskbar after you start Dr. Watson. You can create a snapshot using Dr. Watson by right-clicking the Dr. Watson icon on the taskbar, and then clicking Dr. Watson. To start Dr. Watson, follow these steps:

1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click System Information.
2. On the Tools menu, click Dr. Watson.

If you want to start Dr. Watson automatically when your computer starts, create a Dr. Watson shortcut in your Startup group. For information about how to create a shortcut in your Startup group, click Start, click Help, click the Index tab, type shortcuts, and then double-click the Adding to the Startup Menu topic.

  mikesabi 16:04 16 Sep 04

Dear friends

Thank you so much for your help.

On the Tools menu, Dr. Watson is not listed. I also searched for drwtsn32. This file is also not there. Is there a place from which I can download and install it? Is it a useful program to have?
I use WIN-Millenium

Thank you.

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