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E-Sys install Help
10-25-2018, 02:48 AM (This post was last modified: 10-25-2018 02:53 AM by AC31991.)
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BMW E-Sys install Help
Good morning everyone!
I need help to install esys.
I have a windows 10 x64 laptop. Alternative i can make a virtual machine on this laptop!?
I have various E-Sys versions.
But my question is which software do i need an how i have to install it so i get it up and running?
It would be nice if someone can help me with this!
Best regards

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05-26-2019, 11:14 AM
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RE: E-Sys install Help
What do you want to do with Esys?
For FDL Coding (individual coding) you will need a launcher..
When you want only Flashing/VO Coding, a normal esys version like 3.31 is enough.
And actual PSDZ Data (Lite for Coding, Full for Coding/flashing)

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11-03-2019, 05:15 AM
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RE: E-Sys install Help
(05-26-2019 11:14 AM)Chriz123 Wrote:  What do you want to do with Esys?
For FDL Coding (individual coding) you will need a launcher..
When you want only Flashing/VO Coding, a normal esys version like 3.31 is enough.
And actual PSDZ Data (Lite for Coding, Full for Coding/flashing)

Hi,
i would like to to fdl coding and flashing.
Which software do i need to realise this? Can i run it on an virtual machine?

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