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  • Yanin
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    Hi Richard,

    Thanks so much. It's work fine. Really appreciate your team support.
    Regards,

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  • Yanin
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    Hi Richard, Thanks so much for your guidance. Let's me try to check this out again.
    I used the window Command prompt to call the program (BIT.exe -K) and run. Not sure that's the correct way to enter this option.

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  • Richard (PassMark)
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    The -K option must be run from the command line or appended to the shortcut when starting BurnInTest.

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  • Yanin
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    Hi Tim, I did check in help, I could not find -K. The version I used now is V8.1. Does it need any extra setting in test preference?
    Appreciate your help. Thank you.

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  • Yanin
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    Thanks so much. Let's me try on this. Really appreciate your prompt feedback.

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  • Tim (PassMark)
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    You can use the command line parameter "-K" to keep disk test files on disk when an error occurs, please see the help file section "Command line arguments" for more information about this parameter.

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  • Are there any passmark burnin version that it did not delete the file after FAIL?

    Are there any passmark burnin version that it did not delete the file after FAIL?
    Currently I m using version 8.1 pro. It's deleting the file after test stop. I need to way to remain the file in order to debug the issue. Thanks.
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