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Xbmc.log
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I am newbie, probably stupid question. But in my XBMC directory i have no xbmc.log file
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#2
enable debugging in settings--system--hardware--enable debug logging
Asus Essentio CS5110, Intel E8300, 2 GB Ram, 8600M GT
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#3
the log file is probably being created in your XBMC application data folder @C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Application Data\XBMC on xp any way
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#4
debugging enabled, but in the directory /XBMC nothing about xbmc.log .....
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#5
How hard is it to search your file system for *xbmc*.log

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#6
i search in all over my system and found only .log from mediaportal - my previous mc
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#7
you won't find it easily. It is usually tagged as HIDDEN. To find it, open up a folder (any folder will do) and go to Tools/ Folder Options/ View in there look for "Show hidden files and folders", make sure it's checked. Now go to C:\Documents and Settings\"THE NAME OF YOUR USER"\Application Data\XBMC. You'll find the xbmc.log in there. Hope this helps.
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#8
you're right, it is hidden. Thank you.
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http://wiki.xbmc.org/?title=XBMC_for_Win...located.3F
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