Microsoft’s DSP systems are designed to automatically generate, store and deliver information about all aspects of your PC.
These systems provide the ability to do things like control your media playback, customize your desktop, adjust your security settings, and more.
Here’s how to get started with Microsoft’s new system for DSP automation.1.
Install and Enable the Microsoft Windows Automatic Management Software for DSA, or Microsoft Windows AutoDSP.2.
Install the Microsoft DSP Manager and start it.3.
Click Start, click System, and then click DSP.4.
Choose the DSP management software.
If you’re using the Microsoft Office program, select Office 2010.
If not, go to your Microsoft account.5.
Click DSP Management Software, then click OK.
If it asks if you want to restart the DSS system, click Yes.
If you need help, go here.6.
Click OK to confirm.7.
Click the DTS button, then wait for the DMS to download.8.
In the DRS window, click the DDS button.9.
When the Drs window appears, click on the Dms button.11.
Select the DPS (Determine DSP) option.12.
When finished, the DDP (Determining DSP Configuration) window appears.14.
Click on the Start button.15.
When asked if you would like to restart, click yes.16.
The DRS process will restart, but it may take a few minutes.17.
When it’s done, the system will ask you to install the Microsoft software.18.
The system will then prompt you to confirm whether you want Microsoft Office to use the DVS (Distributed Visual Studio System) as the primary DSP for the system.20.
If the DSR window appears and you need more help, visit this page.