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    Hi,

    Got a couple of things that are annoying me!

    1- I changed my radio and if i try to connect using DIS it wont connect because of radio error! I have to plug in the original radio to get it working which is a real pain
    I have a laptop with windows 7 on it (64bit) and use a virtual machine to connect. What is the program I use to delete (is it DIS?) the radio and how do i get it to work on a virtual machine? Step by step would be great if possible as i am new to working on virtual machines although i am fairly okay with computers.

    2 - My average MPG reading is exactly 10% high! I know this is a common fault but again its annoying me that its not working correctly. I know that this can be calibrated on later models through the dashboard computer but I need to calibrate mine through the OBD port. Any help doing this would be greatly appreciated.

    I have SSS Progman, DIS and INPA.

    Many thanks in advance
     
     

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    Just found a link for it! Its NCS expert which i already have but need to get it working on a virtual machine. Hopefully ill get that sorted with ease!

    Still need to sort my average MPG out though?
     
     

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