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Lexia & PP2000 (from DiagBox 8.35)
11-13-2016, 07:41 AM
Post: #1
Lexia & PP2000 (from DiagBox 8.35)
I have attached the APP folder from DiagBox v8.35, it includes Lexia v500.74 and PP2000 v600.79 (the latest to date). This arrangement should work with any DiagBox v7.xx and/or DiagBox 8.xx, I have tried it on my own car and it seems to be working fine.

The attachment within this post includes a link to the "APP" folder and a batch file to kill all DiagBox processes.

If you wish to try it (at your own risk and having taken all precautions!):
1- Use the attached “Kill_DiagBox_Tasks.bat” to stop all DiagBox’s processes.
2- Rename your current “C:\APP” folder to “C:\APP8”
3- Extract the downloaded APP-835.7z to “C:\” so that you have “C:\APP”
4- Restart your computer and run DiagBox as usual.

Have fun!

The language is set to English, if you wish to change the landuage, edit the DICO.TXT file in the EXE folders of LEXIA or OUTILREP (PP2000) and replace "GB" with your language letters "FR" for French.

If you wish to revert to your original setup.
- Kill all processes again using the wicked batch file
- Rename the C:\APP folder to anything or delete it
- Rename your C:\APP8 back to C:\APP
- Restart the computer and start DiagBox.

P.S. DiagBox has been running on Firmware 4.3.4 since 7.66/8.02.

Regards, Simple.


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02-20-2018, 11:16 AM (This post was last modified: 02-20-2018 11:17 AM by t0mAs.)
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RE: Lexia & PP2000 (from DiagBox 8.35)
Hello Simple,
Thanks very much for this upload&update.
I saw more versions of your APP update only, i tried this as I'm using DB7.62 on native WinXP32 (it's only themed as Vista)

Folowed the instructions PP2000&Lexia are updated and working, but the DiagBox is messed up, see the picture attached.

I post this just for Your information Smile


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02-20-2018, 05:40 PM
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RE: Lexia & PP2000 (from DiagBox 8.35)
(02-20-2018 11:16 AM)t0mAs Wrote:  Hello Simple,
Thanks very much for this upload&update.
I saw more versions of your APP update only, i tried this as I'm using DB7.62 on native WinXP32 (it's only themed as Vista)

Folowed the instructions PP2000&Lexia are updated and working, but the DiagBox is messed up, see the picture attached.

I post this just for Your information Smile
If you update in the proper order, everything should be working fine.

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05-03-2018, 10:47 AM
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RE: Lexia & PP2000 (from DiagBox 8.35)
Hello Simple, Thanks for your works.
I'm trying to update diagbox V8.17 to 8.35 and more than if possible.
I followed your instructions about the V835 Updating. After reboot and run of Diagbox, at the upper left of the screen, i continue reading V8.17.
Is't correct? Anyways to know the current version of my Diagbox?
Hoping someone provides me the links of Update app after V8.17 in order.
Cordially...

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05-04-2018, 11:16 PM
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RE: Lexia & PP2000 (from DiagBox 8.35)
(05-03-2018 10:47 AM)papenzzo Wrote:  Hello Simple, Thanks for your works.
I'm trying to update diagbox V8.17 to 8.35 and more than if possible.
I followed your instructions about the V835 Updating. After reboot and run of Diagbox, at the upper left of the screen, i continue reading V8.17.
Is't correct? Anyways to know the current version of my Diagbox?
Hoping someone provides me the links of Update app after V8.17 in order.
Cordially...
Yes, that's fine. You can edit the file "C:\AWRoot\bin\fi\version.ini" and change the line version=08.17 to version=07.835 This will allow both DiagBox and Lexia/PP2000 work well.

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05-05-2018, 08:02 AM (This post was last modified: 05-05-2018 08:06 AM by papenzzo.)
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RE: Lexia & PP2000 (from DiagBox 8.35)
Yes, that's fine. You can edit the file "C:\AWRoot\bin\fi\version.ini" and change the line version=08.17 to version=07.835 This will allow both DiagBox and Lexia/PP2000 work well.

Hey Simple. Thanks for your response. I've found "Version", "Version.ini.bkp" and "versionReco" in "C:\AWRoot\bin\fi\"
Here is what i find in:

"version":
[APPLICATION]
Version=08.17
Version=07.81

"Version.ini.bkp": I don't have the right app to read it (looking forward).

"versionReco":
[APPLICATION]
Version=73.07

Wich one i must edit? About the other links, it'll be a solution for me?
Once again, thanks and good week-end.
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05-05-2018, 10:03 AM (This post was last modified: 05-05-2018 10:18 AM by Simple.)
Post: #7
RE: Lexia & PP2000 (from DiagBox 8.35)
It looks like you need to enable Extension View in the File Explorer:

1- Open the File Explorer --> View --> Options, you will get the Folder Options Dialoge Box, click on the View tab.

I always enable (Check) Display File Icon, File Size, Full Path and Show Hidden Files. Also I un-check Empty Drives, Extensions, Folder Merge Conflicts and Protected Operating system files (this one is not advisable).

Once done, you will notice that the file named version is actually version.ini which can be edited using "Notepad"

For everything to work fine, Ensure you only have:

[APPLICATION]
Version=07.835


For more information on this topic, read the first post in full here:DiagBox 8.xx Installation & Upgrade

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05-05-2018, 11:08 AM
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RE: Lexia & PP2000 (from DiagBox 8.35)
(05-05-2018 10:03 AM)Simple Wrote:  It looks like you need to enable Extension View in the File Explorer:

1- Open the File Explorer --> View --> Options, you will get the Folder Options Dialoge Box, click on the View tab.

I always enable (Check) Display File Icon, File Size, Full Path and Show Hidden Files. Also I un-check Empty Drives, Extensions, Folder Merge Conflicts and Protected Operating system files (this one is not advisable).

Once done, you will notice that the file named version is actually version.ini which can be edited using "Notepad"

For everything to work fine, Ensure you only have:

[APPLICATION]
Version=07.835


For more information on this topic, read the first post in full here:DiagBox 8.xx Installation & Upgrade


OK, Already done, I'll let you know.

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05-07-2018, 01:22 PM (This post was last modified: 05-07-2018 01:23 PM by papenzzo.)
Post: #9
RE: Lexia & PP2000 (from DiagBox 8.35)
Hello Simple.
It's done but I've a problem to access the vehicle choice interface. The documentations, Measurements and repports sections are opening but the choice interface not.
When i'm trying to access, i've this message: "Problèmes d'accès aux données" (see the picture joined).
What can be the cause(s)? And how can I fixe it. Thanks
Cordially...


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