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Old 02-09-2009, 09:21 PM
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You must not have mounted the iso properly, did you follow the instruction saved inside the iso ?

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I install it corectly...I made my profile...etc..
When I start program it don't asking me for DVD...its only when I push to Information Manager, Symptom Entry, Symptom List! with which program You made DVD image?
What does it mean in instructions:" Some options try to talk to the car, so unless you have the correct tool these options will not work."
Thank You!

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How do You mounted iso??
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It works!
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ok good, yeah there are instructions with troubleshooting questions on that iso, glad it worked out for ya !!!
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Old 02-12-2009, 01:12 PM
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could anyone tell me what is the interface that is used between a computer and the car?

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Old 04-03-2009, 09:21 AM
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So I downloaded Vadis from one of the sites listed earlier in this thread, but when I try to run it (I have to do this as an administrator for some reason) a screen comes up looking for login information. Did I do something wrong when creating or installing the software? Thanks
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Old 04-03-2009, 06:11 PM
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no ure good actually, one of the files you downloaded includes a word document with instructions on what the temporary password is
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Old 04-03-2009, 07:05 PM
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Thank you very much, I guess I should have looked more carefully at all of the files that were downloaded. It's all in the details.......
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I looked at all the files and couldn't find a word document. The only thing there besides a bunch of DLLs was a .pdf file (ugEN), but this was just an adenddum to the manual and didn't have any login information. I'll try another download site to see if I get anything else to show up. Thanks,
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I finally found the login information I needed on another website (still didn't actually see it in any of my downloads), so I've got it working now. I can't find any wiring diagrams, but I'm still figuring the software out. Thanks for your help......
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Old 04-05-2009, 11:39 PM
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here are the instructions that came with my download
"Installation instructions


Activation code DMQKF-RXTBV-FD98H-462TB-TC9FG. May not be needed.

Reboot computer and set date to June 2004(2005A) or March 2003 (2003F). The Vadis program has an expiry date, so resetting the computers date before using Vadis places the machine before this expiry date.

Scan dvd before hand so you know it is virus free. Shutdown virus software.

If autostart does not work browse dvd and run dos batch file SETUP.BAT

Pick customised setup and select all components. Than press next.

Install will now start. This takes quite a while so please be patient.

Restart machine.

Remember to reset date. Now run Vadis.
User is sysadm
Password is NQZ5-XC3E-P8HD-A2SU

Next click system configuration which allows you to create your own user name and password
Enter your own user name and password.
Select all information and international misc in partner group

Press CREATE NEW USER and then click ok.

Log back into Vadis using your own user name and password.

Press information manager and enter your cars vin number. Car can be selected by model number, engine etc but vin number is far quicker.
Then select right or left hand drive. Then body style. S.R is sunroof.

Some options try to talk to the car, so unless you have the correct tool these options will not work.
Any questions just ask I will try to help.

Questions

Q: Where is my dvd?
A: The only answer I can give is it is in the post as posting to America and Canada takes 2-4 weeks. There is no tracking number and a proof of posting is always obtained
Q: Where is the user name and password.
A: In the Vadis set up instructions.rtf on the dvd and above
Q: My virus scanner warns of a malicious script
A: Turn off Norton
Q: I get error code umb0008 cannot access the security database
A: Press system configuration not user configuration when entering admin password



To help fix any problems
The password must be entered with dashs
Date was set to June 2004 through out installation and running program
Over 4gbs of free space on c drive before installing vadis
C/info folder has 3 folders in it vv126526, vv126527 and vvindex. Total size on hard disc for all three 3.44gb
The info folder on the dvd should also have three folders and be the same size
Copying all the info folders manually onto the hard drive after installing vadis
Have you tried removing all of vadis via add/remove programs. Removing the c/info folder manually. Then reinstalling the complete dvd. While installing the data it should list the three folders mentioned above with no warning signs besides them and as each is finished its ticked.
Copy the contents of the entire DVD to a separate directory and install from there


If you get eg this series of errors when starting installation
after putting DVD into player:

[DVD-drive]:\Scripts\IE60Xml\IE60Xml.vbs
Line: 13
Char:1
Error: ActiveX component canīt create object:
'Scripting.FileSystemObject'
Code: 800A01AD
Source: Microsoft VBScript runtime error

this follows:
Can not install UserGuide. There is no cdinfo.txt found!

and after that you should cancel whole installation
process or you get this error:

Windows Script Host
[DVD-drive]:\Sripts\Lan\VadisUpgrade.vbs
Line: 10
Char:1
Error: Could not locate automation class names
'Scripting.FileSystemObject'
Code: 80020009
Source: Wscript.CreateObject

Somehow WindowsXP SP2 disables these DLLs from computer
and only thing to do to fix the problem is:
1) Open command prompt
2) Go to C:\Windows\System32 diretory
3) Run command: regsvr32 scrrun.dll
4) Popup message should say that registerin was completed succesfully

What is this file?
Scrrun.dll belongs to operating system and this scripting
error is well know by programmers nowadays.

DLL File: scrrun or scrrun.dll
DLL Name: Microsoft Script Runtime"
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Old 04-06-2009, 01:11 AM
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That's a very thorough troubleshooting guide to the install, thanks. My download seems to be working now, but if I run into any problems this info should certainly help. This is a great forum and everyone has been very helpful, which is much appreciated by someone new to owning/maintaining Volvos....
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Without Scanner, is this software still useful?
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yes because it has information on how to replace things on the car, part numbers pictures, exc, exc, exc get it now !!!
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yes because it has information on how to replace things on the car, part numbers pictures, exc, exc, exc get it now !!!
Being able to pull up the part numbers alone is worth having the software!
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Old 07-20-2009, 08:30 AM
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Andrei3333
Have you ever heard of these people or their product?
I sent an inquiry to find out about this new YHO12 it connects to the car via blue tooth.

Subject: Inquiry about "VOLVO VIDA DiCE VCT2000" published in DIYTrade.com


The don't publish a price so I have sent for information but they are offering a complete system the YHO12 for the Volvo.
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Old 07-20-2009, 08:32 AM
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Great help and great information.
Have you ever heard of these people or their product?
I sent an inquiry to find out about this new YHO12 it connects to the car via blue tooth.

"VOLVO VIDA DiCE VCT2000" published in DIYTrade.com

The don't publish a price so I have sent for information but they are offering a complete system the YHO12 for the Volvo.
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Old 07-20-2009, 08:37 AM
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Has anyone else come up with an inexpensive cable and module to connect a laptop to the car system. i've worked on Volvo's for years but had to stop because of the new electronic systems and software requirements. This may bring new hope to backyard self help for Volvos.

If anyone has made progress with the diagnostic and repair software connectors please let em know. i am downloading the software suggested above as I type that is a great help.
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Old 08-17-2009, 03:45 PM
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I am new to the obd anything scene. Pretty much everything I've worked on has been carburetor, or cheap to repair at a dealer. However, I am pretty good with computers, I had vadis downloading before I even found this forum.

I read somewhere that Vadis was compatible with the vct2000 (duh) and iso j2534 which should be fairly universal. I also read that volvo uses iso 1939 as well.

That said has anyone tried using a j2534 or j1939 odb tool with Vadis?

With a brief search I found this site that claims to have j2534 tool compatible with Vadi http://www.autodiagcart.com/scann_volv.html(old version of Vadis?) and another tool maker called drew technologies http://www.drewtech.com/that says their tool is an open source obd tool that works with both j2534 and j1939.

Any one try any of these? Other than the j2534 does the drew tech tool look like a good obd tool? I need one anyways as I hope to make a little extra on the side buying and selling cars and if it looks like a good universal tool I might pick it and tell you guys if it works.

Anyways thanks for the forums, and oh yeah my name is Adam, I just bought a 1999 s80 t6 AWD, and this is my first post.

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