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 Post subject: Anuone with Kaspersky 2011 ISS
 Post Posted: Fri Dec 31, 2010 6:31 pm 
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Anyone who has KIS 2011 .556(b) I have found this really nice little app to read your GetSysInfo reports.
A post of mine on a local forum but not connected with it!

Have found a nice little tool for newbies go to – expect the gurus probably know re this already :-

http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=915

Download (save) the GSI from there the above site (I saved mine on my taskbar for future use)

Run it as admin it doesn't take long.
You end up with a screen that says you have successfully created etc etc then goes to a screen titled GetSystemInfo Parser 2.96 – Window Internet Explorer (may need enlarging to full screen and it is an official Kaspersky site)

My file number was at
http://www.getsysteminfo.com/read.php?f ... 0c0d4bc32f

In the middle of the screen there is a dark red box with that report address in it (one above was just one I generated).

Where it says at the bottom of the red box for experts -"click here" and you will get a really easy to read, navigate, and understand albeit I suspect some might say probably too simplistic interface with any probs that have been found.
It also lists all of the system details in the readout which I thought was a good little feature – knowing it was quoting my machine's specs and not some other one (bit para you see).

Anyway I like it to trying to read through those great long screeds of numbers and codes etc that I don't understand.

Have a try nothing to lose as it's Kaspersky generated – for those of us who like anything Kaspersky -KIS KAV and Pure.

Oh and I think you have to join up to that forum to get this – but not absolutely sure.
Still those who are with K it's much better than having to download it to K support and ai for a reply. That's not to say there may be something that needs a more detailed analysis, hey but it's a start! :)


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