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Old 18-08-19, 08:06 PM   #21
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Laptops: Anything Core2 or i3 or i5 will have enough welly for Diabgox.

I've been using a 2005 Dell D610 but it is a bit irritatingly slow. Just upgraded to a Lenovo L430 (i5-3). However, it'll be getting an SSD (and therefore I'll be going through the whole rigmarole yet again) because it's always been dog slow to start up and log in.

A win7 key is about £3 on eBay.

The main problems I had with the Lenovo were getting drivers for win7 (they're all on the Lenovo support site) and updating IE11 in order to apply windows updates so that I could install Google Drive.
Similarly with the Dell they have to be downloaded and copied across on a memory stick.

Use the usual sequence of installers starting with 7.02., but I've got stuck at 7.76 because the password for the next updater isn't being accepted.
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Old 19-08-19, 09:05 AM   #22
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Do u have to update it? I'm not fussed about diagbox, just want pp2000, but I can't seem to find the download or disk with cable anywhere, it all seems to be diagbox, then I keep worrying if I get 7.84 diagbox which seems to be everywhere if that won't work
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Does anyone know and hopefully if you do and could tell me please, if I top up eolys say tomorrow, but can't reset it till the following week, would the car still feed it in, or would it stop if it thinks it's empty?
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If its reached minimum level warning no on cars with no level sensor as it defaults to off to protect the pump. Not sure on cars with level sensors but based on feedback I would say it's the same as it needs codes clearing and wont auto reset

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Old 05-09-19, 01:58 PM   #25
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Just an update, this morning I topped up my tank with 2 litres of pat fluid, and reset using my delphi software and interface... And jobs a good'un!
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Old 06-09-19, 08:40 PM   #27
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Hey people I keep thinking (and it's buggin me now) if my additive tank holds up to 5 litres and I only top up 2 litres, will that actually work? Because when I was filling... Nothing overflowed through the white pipe.. So how will it feed back through the tube to be injected
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Yes as the pickup is in the lower part of the tank.

However if you tank has no sensor you will not get a low fluid warning when it runs out as it assumes the refill was the full amount so it will think there is still 3 litre to go resulting in dpf issues

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If the pick up is in the lower part of the tank, what is the job of the pipe that is unplugged and used when topping up? Sorry, I'm not too sure i understand
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Its the vent pipe

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