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Old 04-22-2012, 06:10 AM
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Default Software DIS/SSS/INPA etc

Well I have installed the full suite of software on a laptop and it was a nightmare. In fact its fair to say I have inatalled the software 6 or 7 times on a Windows 64 bit machine, but got there in the end. Currently cant install TIS on 64 bit but thats ok as I have it on my desktop. NCS Expert wont run either on 64 bit so have created a second partition and installing 32 bit Win 7 on that and will then re-install. Meanwhile all else is running on 64 bit.

Now have used SSS Progman and sucessfully altered key codes so happy with that and have sucessfully set up a DIS session and seen all the modules but not sure what to do then. Some modules are black on green and some white on black, some will have a ? against them and others a !.

So the question is can anybody here tell me how to use the program please.

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