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Old 27-01-19, 07:36 AM   #1
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hi i feel the need to get my own Peugeot planet..

the problem i have is there is so many on places like eBay and stuff i don't know if they are snide or if they will even work!.

so i found this https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PP2000-Le....c100005.m1851

i would also like to know what are the minium requirements to run it on a laptop?i don't mind sitting in a car for 15mins so i don't need it super fast.
any help in pointing me in the right direction i would be much appreciated.
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That one does not say it's full chip /C which is needed for later version of diagbox. I can't garentee the one below but it meets the requirements based on description

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Diagnosti...U/264127915259

As for a laptop anything with a dual core or above and windows xp/7 should be fine. I even had it running on an atom netbook but it was dog slow

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That one does not say it's full chip /C which is needed for later version of diagbox. I can't garentee the one below but it meets the requirements based on description
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Diagnosti...U/264127915259

As for a laptop anything with a dual core or above and windows xp/7 should be fine. I even had it running on an atom netbook but it was dog slow

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Can I ask what the circuit boards are for in the link you provided?.
Thanks.
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Can I ask what the circuit boards are for in the link you provided?.
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It's just a picture of the internals of the interface showing all the chips fitted
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It's just a picture of the internals of the interface showing all the chips fitted
will they run of a straight windows 7 install with no messing about or is xp the better OS?
i ordered the one you posted by the way
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Straight Win7 32 bit should be fine i have run diagbox on Win7 through to Win 10 with no issues
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Straight Win7 32 bit should be fine i have run diagbox on Win7 through to Win 10 with no issues
cheers m8 great help.
so windows 10 is a possibility then?even better if it is as every laptop in my house is running ten hahaha
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Should work on W10 but use the 32 bit not 64 bit. I had issues with 64bit W10 installation, replaced it with 32bit W10 and runs fine now. You can also install it inside VMWare using 32bit version if you want to retain 64bit version as main operating system in laptop. Same applies if you want to use W7, use 32bit version.
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Should work on W10 but use the 32 bit not 64 bit. I had issues with 64bit W10 installation, replaced it with 32bit W10 and runs fine now. You can also install it inside VMWare using 32bit version if you want to retain 64bit version as main operating system in laptop. Same applies if you want to use W7, use 32bit version.
hey m8 can I ask how you switched to 32 bit from 64 on w10?
I have tried booting from USB and DVD drive but just ignores and loads up windows everytime.😭
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Did a full HDD format and reloaded from scratch with an .iso downloaded off the Microsoft site.
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