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Old 03-16-2013, 05:34 PM
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Default Just got it in the Mail.

The mail dude just showed up at my door with my new kit for coding.

- 2 x DVD's with DIS v57 & TIS, SSS v32, INPA Ediabas, NCSExpert 3.1.0, Carsoft 6.1
- 1 x USB interface

I've a 2005 MINI S R53. Is there any reason to up date the software prior to using it? I didn't read anything about software patches for the year car I will be working with but I could of course always be 100% incorrect.

I wanted to run this software on an apple (because it is all I have) but people that have answered my Q's about doing so said it would run incredibly slow. So now that I need to find an old windows system what should I be looking for age wise? Does it matter?


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Old 03-25-2013, 02:41 PM
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the only thing you can update is NCS with Daten files from new ISTA/P DVD. DIS is outdated for a long time now, SSS, too.
There are no further updates for those systems. Some made an update for SSS by hand, but this works not in all cases and eeven bricks modules.

Best solution is complete new system with ICOM and ISTA /D and ISTA /P. For further information contact me.
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