This article applies to:
E-Prime Go 1.0
When the "Collect DirectX Diagnostic Information" option is checked during E-Prime Go .exe file creation, subsequent experiment runs produce a data file name "dxdiag.txt." This data file collects information about a participant's computer that may be used to diagnose any issues that may occur during an experiment run.
The information saved in the dxdiag.txt file is the same that is output when you manually open the DirectX Diagnostic Tool and click the "Save All Information" button.
NOTE: The dxdiag.txt may contain identifying information (e.g., Machine name, Language, etc.).