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Old 09-01-12, 06:33 PM   #1
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Hi, guys managed to get a Acer Aspire One AOA110-Ab - 1GB - 16GB - Blue, very cheap off a friend to run Peugeot Planet on, it only has 16gb hhd and 1gb memory, below is a link, please can someone assist by advising if this will work for the sole use of WinXP and Peugeot planet?

http://www.acerdirect.co.uk/Acer_Asp...ue/version.asp

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As long as its running XP your fine
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It will run XP fine so you will have no problems.
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Betty any top tips on getting xp pro on it? now that your a master?
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Hi Icepac, cant see any advantage in xp pro, xp will work fine for your uses.



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Hi Icepac, cant see any advantage in xp pro, xp will work fine for your uses.
Only got a XP pro CD, licensed of cause, I have installed WINXP already, tomorrow going to install pp2000, god knows I need it, my brothers car has gone on the blink.

hopefully have pp2000 running by 2am. lol.
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hopefully have pp2000 running by 2am. lol.
Well, is it running
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Well, is it running
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Just got home from work, got a few errans, suspect, i'll be up late today, got holiday from work tomorrow, so get it done by then for definate.

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Well, is it running
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Malcome, i didnt mean 2am yesterday, I meant today. lol

Got it going, have no idea whats wrong the 407 - fuses seem fine and why it dont start, no fault codes, but i dont think i got the hang of it there, in my 307, too many error messages, dont know where to start.

If you got any good treads i can read so i can start to understand pp2000 or have any advise, please let me know.

Good Greif people, if you reading this, it's better just to pay someone.

Goodnight and sweet dreams.
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What do you need to know about it?

I'm guessing you've selected the right model.
the correct wiring scheme (mux etc) if applicable
entered the vin number from the passenger side of the windscreen
entered the build code if asked from the drivers door pillar.

Then select to do a test on all systems, (global test)

that'll bring up a list of all the ECUs
(and let you know if any aren't responding.)

Ignore those without error and come back to the forum details the errors found.

to read error from those that do respond, select the ECU, press OK then select fault reading from the next screen.

If you find something that's an easy fix then press enter on the fault to read the fault then go through the fault clearing steps from the screen up from where you read the faults.

on the other hand, if you can't fix the faults yourself, then press F1 to get out of the screens without altering anything (without selecting anything and pressing OK), because if you do end up taking it to a garage they will need to see those faults to work from them.
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