Lexia and OBD diagnostics

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https://blog.aobd2shop.com/solution-lex ... -7-64-bit/

Is there another link available? This one appears to go to a spam website requesting a survey.
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DevineSA wrote: Fri May 20, 2022 10:22 am https://blog.aobd2shop.com/solution-lexia-3-v47-on-windows-7-64-bit/

Is there another link available? This one appears to go to a spam website requesting a survey.
Thanks for letting us know. The original site has turned into a spam site, which is a shame :(

Don't click on the above link :cry:



but there is a clearing in the clouds.

The original page said
(Solution) Lexia 3 V47 on Windows 7 64-bit

Posted on 2014/06/11 by admin
Recently I have got myself the Lexia 3/ PP2000 cable to play with. The obd2 tool is normally installed on Windows XP PC. But as it turned out, with little manual tweaking it is possible, contrary to the popular belief, to get it working under Windows 7 64-bit.



So, I decided to share the instructions, hoping this will save someone a headache of dealing with dual boot and virtual machines with Windows XP.



The solution to the problem not as difficult as most people think. If you have install the driver and software on Windows 7 64 bit, you must uninstall the USB drivers and software first and then install and use Windows XP Mode in Windows 7. About how to run XP Mode in Win 7 PC, please refer to the link below:

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/wind ... windows-7


I have run Windows XP mode and it works good for my Lexia 3 V47. Tested and worked OK on my 08 Citroen C4.

on the wayback machine :D

https://web.archive.org/web/20141211053 ... -7-64-bit/
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