What is XXCLONE 
 Theory of Operation 
 F A Q 
 About Us (Pixelab) 
 Other Products
On-Line Manual 
Installation & Activation 
Volume Clone Operations 
Invoking XXCLONE 
Command Line Syntax 
Selecting the Disk Volumes 
Selecting the Clone Mode 
Advanced Settings 
Alternative Wallpaper 
HyperSync in Incremantal Backup 
Automatic System Shutdown 
Creation of Log File 
Creation of Debug File 
Speed Control 
Cool Tools 
Technical Notes 

Debug File

You may enable the Debug File setting at the checkbox in the Advanced Settings tab in the main window.


Alternatively, you may enable the option with the following command line argument:


  • When you enable XXCLONE's debug file option, XXCLONE's file I/O activities are recorded in the Debug File.

    The contents of the Debug File are very similar (and mostly redundant) to those of the Log File.  Its primary purpose is for Pixelab's engineer to analyze the XXCLONE activities for troubleshooting purposes.

    The entries in the debug file are mostly cryptic and serves little purpose for ordinary users.

    Unlike the Log File, the Debug File will be saved in the root directory of the system volume (usually at C:\XXCLONE.DBG) and only the last XXCLONE session will be recorded in the file.