Premium Member 2004 SLK350
After days of frustration, I manage to make the xentry simulation to work on w7 >
Now that you have it installed and you know what you did that worked and didn't work to get it functioning, how easy would it be to repeat? It's obvious you know your way around the Win OS and the hardware pretty well. Does it end up still being a lot of work and probably outside the scope of the typical do-it-yourself type of person? Does it require all the separate disk drive partitions like the typical Dell 630 systems have? ThanksIs the full version of 99GB, but in this C3 is not supported, only C4.
I was just curious to see if i can manage to make it run.
I have a dedicated laptop for diagnostic, but I don't want to fire that up when I feel to play a simulation.
They have a w7 version of xentry but is 2016 which supports c3, again I need an adaptor, this laptop doesn't have a com port so, I am sticking with dell.
You just answered my next question - whether patches were needed. ThanksIn my case yes I had to resize C, but I didn't want to lose data, is not so complicated once you know what can trigger an error.
The installation time is very long and after waiting hours the system can rollback at 99% quite frustrating.
Beside that is obtaining the key and all the patches to fix the startup.
Don't forget my hammer :grin:If ever the Dorset tour appears, I suspect you are going to need a tent.
There'll be a queue up the road for ECU, diagnostic, fog lights etc
BE warned, Dorset is a very likely destination in the longer term.
Ask @frogfoot how his spannering skills get utilised on our tours.
HE even has a flashing amber roof light now.