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Printing Belarc

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by David, Jun 4, 2010.

  1. David

    David Flightless Bird

    In case of a machine crash, it would seem that a nice document to have
    around would be a printout of a Belarc Advisor analysis. But I cannot
    figure out how to do so. Can someone please tell me how one can do this?
    I am hoping that PrntScrn is not the only way.

    Thank you very much.
     
  2. David Webb

    David Webb Flightless Bird

    The report is output to your default browser. Simply click on File > Print, or
    Preview then print.

    As an alternative, if you have a PDF print driver, select that first and then
    print to it.

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    Google is your friend.....

    "David" <invalid@socrates.edu> wrote in message
    news:7g4j0652g9hhlbtclqkp6iiodntopueboa@4ax.com...
    > In case of a machine crash, it would seem that a nice document to have
    > around would be a printout of a Belarc Advisor analysis. But I cannot
    > figure out how to do so. Can someone please tell me how one can do this?
    > I am hoping that PrntScrn is not the only way.
    >
    > Thank you very much.
     
  3. Paul

    Paul Flightless Bird

    David wrote:
    > In case of a machine crash, it would seem that a nice document to have
    > around would be a printout of a Belarc Advisor analysis. But I cannot
    > figure out how to do so. Can someone please tell me how one can do this?
    > I am hoping that PrntScrn is not the only way.
    >
    > Thank you very much.


    I have a file

    belarc_output.html

    and a folder

    belarc_output_files

    in one of my working folders. And that tells me, I was
    using Firefox, and I saved the Belarc browser output in HTML format.
    The belarc_output_files folder contains the GIF files for
    the decorations on the web page.

    I might have used "Save page as" "Web page complete", to have it
    save the HTML file and the folder of graphics elements.

    If I double-click the belarc_output.html file I saved,
    I'm again able to see my Belarc results.

    When you save the Belarc output, whether in a print or
    in some other format, don't forget to cover up the
    License Keys in the "Software License" section. Occasionally,
    a poster here will post their Belarc output, including
    the Software License section. If you plan to do that, don't
    copy the license keys into the posting. There is no point giving
    your WinXP license key to the world :)

    Paul
     
  4. David Webb

    David Webb Flightless Bird

    Paul,

    The OP was asking about a printout.

    The report that Belarc generates is an HTML file and it's saved in the folder
    "C:/Program Files\Belarc\Advisor\System\tmp". This file is replaced whenever a
    new report is generated.

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    Google is your friend.....

    "Paul" <nospam@needed.com> wrote in message
    news:huci7b$qvs$1@speranza.aioe.org...
    > David wrote:
    >> In case of a machine crash, it would seem that a nice document to have
    >> around would be a printout of a Belarc Advisor analysis. But I cannot
    >> figure out how to do so. Can someone please tell me how one can do this?
    >> I am hoping that PrntScrn is not the only way.
    >>
    >> Thank you very much.

    >
    > I have a file
    >
    > belarc_output.html
    >
    > and a folder
    >
    > belarc_output_files
    >
    > in one of my working folders. And that tells me, I was
    > using Firefox, and I saved the Belarc browser output in HTML format.
    > The belarc_output_files folder contains the GIF files for
    > the decorations on the web page.
    >
    > I might have used "Save page as" "Web page complete", to have it
    > save the HTML file and the folder of graphics elements.
    >
    > If I double-click the belarc_output.html file I saved,
    > I'm again able to see my Belarc results.
    >
    > When you save the Belarc output, whether in a print or
    > in some other format, don't forget to cover up the
    > License Keys in the "Software License" section. Occasionally,
    > a poster here will post their Belarc output, including
    > the Software License section. If you plan to do that, don't
    > copy the license keys into the posting. There is no point giving
    > your WinXP license key to the world :)
    >
    > Paul
     
  5. David

    David Flightless Bird

    Thank you for your responses Paul, David. Both helpful!

    I'm embarassed. There was at least one response before yours. I slipped
    and pushed the wrong key and lost it before I even got to read it. Could
    you, or some other kind soul, reply to that post to reinstall it into the
    thread so that I might know what was said?

    Thank you very much,

    On Sat, 05 Jun 2010 07:08:44 +0700, David <invalid@socrates.edu> wrote:

    >In case of a machine crash, it would seem that a nice document to have
    >around would be a printout of a Belarc Advisor analysis. But I cannot
    >figure out how to do so. Can someone please tell me how one can do this?
    >I am hoping that PrntScrn is not the only way.
     
  6. Paul

    Paul Flightless Bird

    David wrote:
    > Thank you for your responses Paul, David. Both helpful!
    >
    > I'm embarassed. There was at least one response before yours. I slipped
    > and pushed the wrong key and lost it before I even got to read it. Could
    > you, or some other kind soul, reply to that post to reinstall it into the
    > thread so that I might know what was said?
    >
    > Thank you very much,
    >
    > On Sat, 05 Jun 2010 07:08:44 +0700, David <invalid@socrates.edu> wrote:
    >
    >> In case of a machine crash, it would seem that a nice document to have
    >> around would be a printout of a Belarc Advisor analysis. But I cannot
    >> figure out how to do so. Can someone please tell me how one can do this?
    >> I am hoping that PrntScrn is not the only way.

    >
    >


    You can find these threads on Google. Most of the time. With some luck...
    The interesting thing in this case, is the thread is not complete!

    http://groups.google.ca/group/micro...eneral/browse_thread/thread/5ba232cecb51a1ab#

    To get a complete thread, without visiting a Microsoft page, I had
    to use a leech site.

    http://www.technologyquestions.com/technology/windows-xp/486350-printing-belarc.html

    Google likes to use their search engine to point to leech sites, because
    of the Google AdWords staged on the sites. At one time, the Google search
    engine wasn't entirely focused on generating revenue (it actually gave
    good results), but that has changed. Now, the users are expected to flail
    about, generating adbertising revenue as a side-effect of their clicks.

    Paul
     
  7. David

    David Flightless Bird

    Thank you, Paul. I wondered what was going on. I actually did try Google
    myself, several times, and was unable to bring up the thread. It acted
    like it just wasn't there. Your explanation helps. I thought that I was
    doing something wrong. Thanks again and regards, D.



    On Sat, 05 Jun 2010 21:18:16 -0400, Paul <nospam@needed.com> wrote:

    >You can find these threads on Google. Most of the time. With some luck...
    >The interesting thing in this case, is the thread is not complete!
    >
    >http://groups.google.ca/group/micro...eneral/browse_thread/thread/5ba232cecb51a1ab#
    >
    >To get a complete thread, without visiting a Microsoft page, I had
    >to use a leech site.
    >
    >http://www.technologyquestions.com/technology/windows-xp/486350-printing-belarc.html
    >
    >Google likes to use their search engine to point to leech sites, because
    >of the Google AdWords staged on the sites. At one time, the Google search
    >engine wasn't entirely focused on generating revenue (it actually gave
    >good results), but that has changed. Now, the users are expected to flail
    >about, generating adbertising revenue as a side-effect of their clicks.
    >
    > Paul
     

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