upDXDiag replaces dxdiag.exe, the DirectX Diagnostic Tool.
DXDiag is used by Technical support scammers to check if they are connected to a Virtual Machine. For example, they are looking for VBox drivers.
upDXDiag is completely fake and you can enter any system and display options.
Some settings are also used by upMSInfo32 and visa versa.
|tab System||Computer name|
Approx. Total Memory
Current Display Mode
How to install?
Before we start:
- Install this program only on a virtual machines!
- You MUST HAVE owner rights for deleting or renaming dxdiag.exe in windows/system32. See also Tip 1 below.
- STEP 1: run upDXDiag_Setup.exe
- STEP 2: open C:/windows/system32
- STEP 3: rename dxdiag.exe to p.e. BAKdxdiag.exe or delete it
- STEP 4:
- for Win 32bit systems: skip and goto STEP 5
- for Win 64bit systems:
- open C:/windows/sysWOW64
- copy or move updxdiag.exe to c:/windows/system32
- open C:/windows/system32
- STEP 5: rename updxdiag.exe to dxdiag.exe
- STEP 6: run the ‘new’ dxdiag.exe
- STEP 7: press CTRL + ALT + Q to open the settings for tweaking upDXDiag
TIP 1: TakeOwnershipEx is a free tool that allows you to get full access to files and folders
TIP 2: Remove the uninstall info in the registery
*** IMPORTANT : INSTALL THIS TOOL ONLY ON A VIRTUAL MACHINE (VM)! ***