Microsoft offer an XP Emulator to help companies transition to newer code, which in theory should work, or at least help, its also a free download IF you have a premium version of windows (not Home etc).
Best solution to this problem, at least the easiest and most flexible, is to source a cheap and older laptop and dedicate it purely to running INPA and BMW TIS etc. While I'm sure it is possible to get it to run on a 64 bit system, the amount of workarounds and tweaks involved make it a real nightmare and unfeasable if you're not wanting to get driven insane in the process.
Seems like Vista 64bit is the non starter Rick but regarding purely running INPA I'm virtually 100% sure M3DrEaMeR has it installed
and running on a Win7 64bit os in XP compatability mode
The XP compatibility mode didn't work for me, am curious as to how they got it working. I can get INPA installed and running, but connecting it to the car and getting data is a struggle. Last hurdle I faced wasn't the software running or even running correctly, it was the interface between the car and the software via the emulated diaghead. Proper headache material this
Compatibility mode alone won't fix the problem of any underlying 16-bit code if the processor is still 64-bit. If they got it installed and connected to the car and receiving live data, I'd love to find out how they did it. Get em to spill the beans
Right guys and gals,I've got everything working very well,apart from NCS Expert working on Win7 64bit.You have to disable the UAC in control panel,and for some software,disable the driver verification to install some drivers,then everything works brilliant.Anyone need help,just ask.
Yes,I can get live data through INPA.My usb-serial adaptor came from Ebay.
If not though no problem m8 I/we understand. Do it anyway though lol
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