Guide to installing TIS2000 on any computer:
I study via all 39 pages on the gm tech2 Clone thread nowadays and noticed that a number of people had been obtaining challenges installing TIS2000 on machines operating something other than Windows XP Pro 32-bit. In the following, I am going to explain why this seemed to be the case and show how it is possible to set up TIS2000 on machines aside from WinXP Pro.
Window 64 bit or 32 bit:
64-bit versions of Windows include backwards compatibility with 32-bit applications, but not with 16-bit applications. And 32-bit versions of Windows are backwards compatible with 16-bit applications. The issue with installing TIS2000 on newer machines is the fact that, though the TIS2000 plan itself is 32-bit, the installer and drivers are 16-bit. Thus, you are able to set up professional diagnostic tool TIS2000 natively on ANY 32-bit Windows system. This can just operate, with no possessing to run anything in compatibility mode.
Windows eight 32 bit:
On the other hand, in case you have a 32-bit copy of Windows eight installed (I don?ˉt wanna know why you do), running 16-bit applications are disabled by default. You can enable it by going to Handle Panel and clicking on 16-bit Application Assistance then clicking Allow.
Windows 7 with XP Virtual Pc:
For all those of you with genuine copies of Windows 7 Experienced, Enterprise, or Ultimate with a multi-core processor (who doesn?ˉt run Win7 on a multi-core in recent times); these versions of Windows 7 enable you to use Windows Virtual Pc, which lets you virtually run Windows XP Pro without a disc or OS installation. You’ll need to install Windows XP Mode and Windows Virtual Computer in order to use it. Just before you’ll be able to download these updates, M$ makes you run somewhat .exe that checks in case your OS install is legitimate. Anyway, right after you get that all installed and XP Mode is booted, you’ll be able to copy the OP?ˉs cracked TIS2000.zip over towards the WinXP Desktop and stick to the README.txt inside to set up it. Here is actually a link using the cracked TIS2000
?-I have tested this on my desktop operating Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit and the cracked copy of TIS2000 the OP posted installed and ran with no complications. Directions for Win7 XP Pro virtualization mode here: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/w?-e-in-windows-7
Now to the most typical trouble:
In case you are operating a 64-bit version of Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 Property Premium or lower, or ALL versions of Windows eight and eight.1, I guess any version of Mac or Linux as well, you have a few more involved and much more risky selections?-
You may obtain a copy of Windows 2000 or XP Pro 32-bit. It contains two applications for producing a bootable CD or USB drive. Pop the bootable device you produced into your laptop, reboot for the device, then set up that operating method onto a seperate partition of your hard drive, or possibly a distinctive hdd altogether. Or you may install Virtualbox (totally free computer software), and run the cracked Windows copy through a virtual machine?- The strategy I took to test this was to create a separate partition on my ssd and install it there. When the laptop reboots, it’ll ask you what OS you would like to run. Select Windows XP Pro, then continue installing TIS2000 application. Should you?ˉre gonna be writing for the principal drive on your laptop or computer, I recommend 1st generating a bootable USB with Clonezilla on it and building a drive backup. -This permits you to produce a full backup image of the tough drive, and allows you to flash it back to that drive at any time. A fantastic thing to possess about anyway.
I do not possess a saab tech 2 tool scanner and am unable to test that every thing is operating with any of these procedures. Even so, I see no cause why these solutions will not operate with a RS232 to USB Convertor on any laptop you might have with out a serial port.