Some decent laptop diagnostic software recommendations

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Some decent laptop diagnostic software recommendations

Postby GRUSS » Sun Jul 06, 2014 5:48 pm

I've had my texa navigator mobile for a few years now, it's complete in the 2 boxes with all leads and hasp key etc. Runs great on windows 7 with my SSD.

However... The last few jobs where I've really needed it, it's let me down badly. So I think I'm going to sell it and get something else that will run on my laptop? Or a standalone unit ie autel maxidas...

Any recommendations?

Thanks
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Re: Some decent laptop diagnostic software recommendations

Postby sygga30 » Tue Aug 12, 2014 5:33 pm

Check Abrites AVDI, great tool.
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Re: Some decent laptop diagnostic software recommendations

Postby arjen » Wed Aug 13, 2014 6:43 pm

What were the problems you run into?
I use autocom cdp+ on my laptop. It's a good allround unit.

Also have dec ss3, launch diagun, gscan 2, vcds and opcom advanced.

By far my favorite is the gscan, it's the fastest scanner in data viewing that I know of.
The downside might be that it's made for japanees/korean cars in the first place. It's has OEM software for Kia and Hyundai. But lately the eurepean software gets better every update with dealerlevel functions like:
Psa control module doding (bsi etc)
Opel coding and security code reading
Ford incode calculator

You can also view live data when you run an actuator test, so you can actually check the feedback when activating a component.
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