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Viewing System Information And Logs - Philips HD3 Service Manual

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HD3 Service Manual
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System Infor-
mation and
The HD3 has some software tools that are accessible to all users:
Display System Info - Displays system model number, serial number, and software version.
Keystroke Log – There is a keystroke log file that records the keystrokes made during opera-
tion. (In the first release, only "hard key" presses are recorded; Softkey presses and "mouse
clicks" in Review mode are not recorded). Any user can view keystroke logs, as well as copy
the log files to a CD, MOD, or USB flash memory drive. The keystroke log is always running,
and as the current file becomes full, it is closed, renamed with a date-time stamp, and a new
current keystroke log file is started.
DICOM Log – There is a log that records DICOM network activity. The DICOM log con-
tains the following information:
Service & Transfer Type
The Called and Calling devices and their communication parameters
Status of the export operation
The number of images expected to be sent
The number of images successfully sent
The number of images that failed
As with the keystroke logs, you can view the DICOM logs, or copy them to CD, MOD, or USB
flash memory drive.
Use the Admin tab in setups to display system information, and to view the keystroke and
DICOM activity logs. Use Keystroke Log and DICOM Log to specify log settings and to view
log files, copy log files onto removable media, and to delete log files.
Troubleshooting: Viewing System Information and Logs
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