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BMW SSS Progman v32 Multilanguage (VMware)
05-06-2016, 11:58 AM
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BMW BMW SSS Progman v32 Multilanguage (VMware)
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BMW SSS Progman v32 Multilanguage (VMware)
Win | 5.80 GB


Progman is an abbreviation of "Programming Manager" a BMW software based system designed to reside on a specific set of hardware configuration (SSS or SSSr2) that will allow software updates to up to five cars at a time. It will update the ENTIRE vehicle (over 25 different defined sub-systems in each BMW) and not just one area such as DME/ECU. It requires special BMW supplied connectors and connectivity to perform this function, although standard ports (OBD II) are allowed.

Homepage -
Code:
http://www.bmw.com

Requirements:
- O.S.: Windows XP; Windows Vista; Windows 7; Windows 8 (VMware 6.x or 7.x)
- CPU: Pentium/Athlon 2 GHz or higher
- RAM: 1 GB of system memory
- Hard Drive: 5 GB of available space
- DVD-ROM


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10-17-2016, 07:34 AM
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BMW RE: BMW SSS Progman v32 Multilanguage (VMware)
(05-06-2016 11:58 AM)Garage Wrote:  bonjour
(05-06-2016 11:58 AM)Garage Wrote:  j ai regarde le fichier mais comment on fait pour telecharger les fichiers
(05-06-2016 11:58 AM)Garage Wrote:  merci
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BMW SSS Progman v32 Multilanguage (VMware)
Win | 5.80 GB


Progman is an abbreviation of "Programming Manager" a BMW software based system designed to reside on a specific set of hardware configuration (SSS or SSSr2) that will allow software updates to up to five cars at a time. It will update the ENTIRE vehicle (over 25 different defined sub-systems in each BMW) and not just one area such as DME/ECU. It requires special BMW supplied connectors and connectivity to perform this function, although standard ports (OBD II) are allowed.

Homepage -
Code:
http://www.bmw.com

Requirements:
- O.S.: Windows XP; Windows Vista; Windows 7; Windows 8 (VMware 6.x or 7.x)
- CPU: Pentium/Athlon 2 GHz or higher
- RAM: 1 GB of system memory
- Hard Drive: 5 GB of available space
- DVD-ROM

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11-21-2016, 11:47 AM
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RE: BMW SSS Progman v32 Multilanguage (VMware)
(05-06-2016 11:58 AM)Garage Wrote:  

BMW SSS Progman v32 Multilanguage (VMware)
Win | 5.80 GB


Progman is an abbreviation of "Programming Manager" a BMW software based system designed to reside on a specific set of hardware configuration (SSS or SSSr2) that will allow software updates to up to five cars at a time. It will update the ENTIRE vehicle (over 25 different defined sub-systems in each BMW) and not just one area such as DME/ECU. It requires special BMW supplied connectors and connectivity to perform this function, although standard ports (OBD II) are allowed.

Homepage -
Code:
http://www.bmw.com

Requirements:
- O.S.: Windows XP; Windows Vista; Windows 7; Windows 8 (VMware 6.x or 7.x)
- CPU: Pentium/Athlon 2 GHz or higher
- RAM: 1 GB of system memory
- Hard Drive: 5 GB of available space
- DVD-ROM



The PW included in the file does not work, please instruct.

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